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SAFETY INFORMATION
Use only AUDIOLINE approved cadmium-free NiMh rechargeable batteries.
Never use other batteries or conventional AA alkaline batteries. Batteries are
available from the Consumer Support Department on 01527 584377.
Do not use any power supply except the one provided. Any other usage will result in
‘non-compliance with EN60950:1992 and will invalidate the ° approval given to this
apparatus.
It is recommended that you disconnect the base unit from the mains power during a
thunderstorm. |
Do not use in the rain, near a bath or with wet hands.
Do not allow the charging contacts to come into contact with conductive materials.
This is a rechargeable product and it is normal that a certain amount of heat will be
generated in its day to day operation. Whilst this is safe, it is recommended that this
product is not placed on antique, veneered or wooden surfaces.
To clean the product, use a damp cloth or antistatic wipe. Never spray cleaning fluid
directly onto the handset or base unit.
UNPACKING
In the box you should find the following items:
* Handset * Power supply
* Base unit — * Line cord
* 2 NiMh batteries (re- chargeable types) * User guide
* Belt clip
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Safety information ...... nen
Contents ............ IE '
Handset ...... eee he
Baseunit ........... ae
INSTALLATION...... Chena
Locating the base unit ..........
Charging the handset batteries ....
Handset battery care ........ SUNN
Handset battery indicator . . . . . . ..
USE .............. ere
Standby mode ................
— Handset display ............ e.
Making an external call ..........
Range warning ........... NO
— Call timer ......... SE
Answering incoming calls ........
Mute .............. nado.
Last number redial ...... as
Page/Find handset ........... .
Keypad lock ..... PE ae
Handset on/off button ...........
Beltclip ......................
- Memory numbers ...... RS
CALLER DISPLAY ...........
Viewing caller display numbers ...
List information ......... ee a.
Deleting a number from the list . . .
Deleting all numbers from the list . .
Direct dialling from the call list ...
PROGRAMMING .......1521
Earpiece volume control .... 15
Display information ..... 15
Show base unit identity no .. 15
Show handset identity no ... 16
Handset keypad sound .....16
Handset ringer volume level 16
Handset ringer melody ..... 16
Auto answer ..... aa 17
Handset PIN code .........17-
Baby call ................ 18
Base unit ringer volume ....19
Base unit ringer melody ....19
Base unit PIN code ....... 19
— Call barring .............. 20
PABX usage .............21
EXTENDING ......... .. 22-24
— Additional handsets .......22
Register handset ......... .22
Deregister handset ...... ..23
Additional base units ...... 23
Select a base unit ......... 23
Intercom call ............. 24
Transferring calls ......... 24
Paging all handsets ........ 24
APPROVED USE ...... .. 23
FAULT FINDING ....... 26-27
Reset the handset ......... 28
Rest the base unit .........28
Reset the memory ......... 28
— Technical data ....... e. 29
HANDSET
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Earpiece TS a. 8
Display | o 9
Internal call button 10
Talk/Volume button « 11
Keypad buttons 0-9, */Caller display, # 12
Redial button 13
Recall button 14
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Memory button
Charging contacts
Microphone
On/Off button
Mute/Cancel button
Programming button
End call button
BASE UNIT
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15 Power supply socket
16 Line cord socket
17 Charging contacts
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18 Page/Find handset button
19 Charge LED indicator
20 In-use LED/new call indicator
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INSTALLATION
LOCATING THE BASE UNIT
It is essential to the overall range and performance that the base unit and
handset can receive and transmit good radio signals.
Place the base unit close to: - a telephone network socket —
- a 13 Amp mains socket
The best location is In an upstairs room and central to the area to be covered. If
you experience poor range, try re-siting the base unit .
* Do not locate in: direct sunlight, damp or high humidity locations.
* Do not locate close to: electrical equipment such as TV's, computers, fridges,
etc., or close to radiators, metal pipes or window frames.
CHARGING THE HANDSET BATTERIES
From new, the handset batteries must be charged for 8 hours without
interruption. |
1. CONNECT the power adaptor plug to: - the rear of the base unit
- a 13 amp mains socket.
2. REMOVE the battery cover from the bottom of the handset by applying gentle
pressure to the bottom of the cover and pushing away from the unit. Insert the
~ batteries (supplied), observing correct polarity. Replace the battery cover.
3. PLACE the handset onto the base unit (face up or down) and switch mains power
on. a В |
4. LEAVE for 8 hours. When the handset batteries are fully charged the red [-_+1
LED on the base unit will flash. If the handset has been placed face up on the base
— unit, the battery symbol [ip will be present on the display when the batteries are
fully charged. {
~ 5. CONNECT the telephone line to: - the rear of the base unit
| - a telephone network socket.
HANDSET BATTERY CARE _
e AFTER INITIAL CHARGING the power adaptor must remain connected to the
mains & base unit and mains power switched on. It is recommended that the
handset is left on charge overnight to ensure maximum’ in-use time. The batteries
should hold their charge for 80 hours, depending on use.
«IF THE PHONE IS NOT TO BE USED for a substantial period of time, i.e.
holidays, disconnect the mains power adaptor, when power is reconnected it will
be necessary to recharge the handset for 8 hours.
* TO MAINTAIN OPTIMUM CONDITION, allow the batteries to discharge fully
every 4 months approximately and then recharge for 8 hours. The batteries will
— need replacing if: there are signs of leakage, the batteries will not hold a charge
for more than two hours.
e The rechargeable batteries (NiMh) are cadmium-free and should be — es
disposed of in a responsible and environmentally friendly manner.
IMPORTANT!
Use only AUDIOLINE approved cadmium- free NiMh rechargeable batteries. |
From new, the batteries (supplied) must be charged for 8 hours without interruption.
| You can obtain your replacement batteries from:
Consumer Support Department, Doro Audioline Ltd, 22 Walkers Road, North Moons
Moat, Redditch, Worcestershire, B98 9HE. Price available on request:
Telephone 01527 584377. -
The guarantee will be invalid if an roblems arise as. a result of the use of an
incorrectly specified battery.
HANDSET BATTERY INDICATOR
When the battery is empty, calls cannot be made or received. When the battery i is.
nearly empty the indicator will begin to flash and a warning tone will be heard.
Battery status
@ | Fully charged
mm High charge
№) Half charge
1 Low battery
L} =: | Empty battery.
USE
STANDBY MODE
When the handset is not in-use (standby mode) the LCD -
display will show the handset identity number
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(see pages 15, 16 & 22), the battery status (see page 5) i ©
and the range indicator (see below).
HANDSET DISPLAY
Numeric/alpha display
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Battery status | - Barred
Range Mute |
Programming —- Tone dialling
External call — — — Intercom call
External call -is ON - when an external call is in progress.
- flashes - when an external call is received.
Intercom call - is ON - when an intercom call is in progress.
- flashes - when an intercom call is received.
Tone dialling - is ÓN - during off-hook
Barred is ON - when calls are barred/baby call is implemented.
Programming — -is ON - when programming.
Battery status —-is ON - when battery power is present.
- flashes - when battery power is low and recharging 1 15
required.
Range - is On - when the handset is switched on and within range.
- flashes - when the handset is out-of-range of the base unit.
MAKING AN EXTERNAL CALL
Two methods are available:
Method A
1. Dial the telephone number that you wish to call (the number will be visible on
the display). If you dial an incorrect digit, use the C button to erase it.
2. Press the Talk» button (the number will be dialled automatically).
3. To terminate the call, press the © button.
Method B
1. Press the Talk - W button.
2. Dial the telephone number (the number will be visible on the display).
3. To terminate the call, press the #== button.
RANGE WARNING
If you are on a call and accidently walk out of range of the base unit, the sound
quality in the earpiece will de- grade, the range indicator will flash and warning beeps
will be heard.
CALL TIMER
The length of outgoing and incoming calls will be displayed on the display
approximately 20 seconds after a call is connected.
ANSWERING INCOMING CALLS
When an external call is received, the base unit will ring first and the in-use light will
flash. The external call icon will flash on the handset display. -
ofthe handset is on the base unit, you will be connected automatically with your
caller as soon as the handset is lifted. DO NOT PRESS THE TALK BUTTON. To
finish the call, replace the handset on the base unit or press and release the "=
button. This feature can be programmed off if desired (see page 17).
* [fthe handset is off the base unit, press the Talk button when the handset ring s.
To terminate the call, press the "a button or place the handset on the base unit.
The ringer sound can be changed to personal preference (see pages 16).
MUTE
If during a telephone conversation, you wish to talk privately to a third party without
the caller overhearing: Press the (X] button (the mute symbol will appear on the
display). To resume the conversation, press the ÓN button again.
LAST NUMBER REDIAL
~The last four telephone numbers dialled are stored automatically | in the memory. À
number can be re-dialled as required.
1. Press (3 button until the number you want to call is visible on the display.
2. Press” “«Z button (the number will be dialled automatically).
PAGE/FIND HANDSET
To page or locate a missing handset, press the 0) button on the base unit. The
handset will ring for 30 seconds approximately. |
"To terminate this action, press the 5) button or the #7 button on the handset.
KEYPAD LOCK
The keypad can be locked to prevent accidental operation when the handset is being _
carried.
To lock: press and release the O button (the display shows L OIC).
To unlock: press the O button until Loc disappears, then release.
If you receive an incoming call in this mode, press the Talk button to answer. When
the call is terminated, the keypad will revert to the locked position.
HANDSET ON/OFF-BUTTON a a
The on/off button O is used to switch the handset on or off. When the handset is
switched off, battery power is conserved and calls cannot be made or received.
To switch off press & hold the €) button until the handset beeps, then release.
To switch on: press & hold the © button until the handset beeps, then release.
or replace the handset on the base unit.
BELT CLIP
A belt clip is provided with the product. This item can be connected easily to the rear
of the handset by fitting it to the small circular holes on the sides.
- MEMORY NUMBERS
Ten of your most frequently used telephone numbers can be stored in the direct
memory, using the keypad digits 0-9 as the storage locations.
| STORING MEMORY NUMBERS
1. Press the = button, the display will show the programming symbol.
2. Press the > button, the cursor (-) will flash on the left of the display.
3. Select the memory location number (keypad digit 0-9)
у - Press the > button repeatedly to select a memory location number the
number will be visible on the left of the display).
4. Dial the number you wish to store (max 20 digits). if you wish to insert a pause
in the number, press the GB button.
If you insert an incorrect digit, you can erase it by pressing the C button
| 5. Press the > button.
If you wish to change a stored number, follow the procedure above but at point 4,
use the C button to erase the existing number. Then dial in the new number.
DIALLING MEMORY NUMBERS
1. Press the > button (a dash will be visible on the display).
2. Press the appropriate memory location number, keypad digit 0-9 (the telephone
number will be visible on the display). If a number | is not stored the phone will
revert to standby mode.
2. Or use the ->Q button to select the required memory location (the memory
location and corresponding number stored will appear on the display).
3. Press the ~~ button ( the number will be dialled automatically).
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"CALLER DISPLAY
Caller display allows you to see who is calling before you answer a call and to see
who has called in your absence. When the service is implemented or: your telephone
line, seconds before your telephone rings the number of the incoming caller will
appear on the display. Up to 39 incoming numbers can be stored in the call list.
When the list is full, the oldest number will be deleted automatically.
It is not possible 1 to view the call list and take a new call at the same time.
WARNING:
Caller display i is an optional telephone Network service. This telephone will provide
Caller Display information provided the service is available on the telephone
Network and any subscription charges (if required) have been fulfilled. Check with
your telephone Network operator for full details.
If the Caller Display service is not implemented on your telephone line, incoming call
information will not be displayed.
If the handset is registered to a different base unit, any information in the call list will
be lost.
Note: if the handset 1s registered to a non caller display compatible base unit, caller
display information will not be available on the DECT 3055 handset.
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VIEWING CALLER DISPLAY NUMBERS
The green in-use indicator & on the base unit will flash when a new incoming
number(s) has been stored in the call list and not yet reviewed. Once the number(s)
have been reviewed the indicator will stop flashing.
1.
Press CID* button until the handset beeps t to enter the call list.
(the display will show the number of new calls and the total number of calls).
Example:
1 NEW phone number
in the call list ~~ o inthe call list
4.
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A total of 4 phone numbers
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mo INT
If you have received new calls (green light on base is flashing), press the (GB
button to show new, unread number(s). When an incoming number is received it
is assigned a call sequence number which appears on the left hand side of the
display, commencing with 01 (oldest call) up to 39 (latest call).
When the incoming number is on the display, wait for approximately 3 seconds
and the date and time the call was received will be displayed. This information
will then alternate on the display.
Use the * and # buttons to view the call list:
Button * scrolls "down" to the oldest number.
Button # scrolls "up" to the latest number.
To terminate the review procedure, press the = button.
LIST INFORMATION
The display will also provide the following information:
DISPLAY INFORMATION
End oF LS | The list has been reviewed to the oldest |
number
LaF AF LSE «| The list has been reviewed to the
| newest number _ Ie
QUE ar RArEH a | Call information is not available. It
o could be an international call.
QEcrEL a / В | The caller has withheld their number or
| | the number cannot be transmitted.
(Ed os De | There is a message waiting. This —
НАС oFF I information is available only with
compatible telephone network services.
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DELETING A NUMBER FROM THE LIST
1. Ensure the number you want to erase is on the display.
2. Press the C button. The display shows ErASE,
3. Press the C button again. The number will be erased.
4. Press the 23 button to return n to standby mode.
DELETING ALL NUMBERS FROM THE LIST
1. Ensure a call list number is on the e display.
2. Press and hold the С button, until the display shows E-FSE ALL then release.
3. Press the C button again, all phone numbers will be erased.
DIRECT DIALLING FROM THE CALL LIST
It is possible to dial any of the numbers stored in the call list quickly and easily.
1. Ensure the number you want to dial is present on n the display.
2. Press the button, the number will be dialled automatically.
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PROGRAMMING
The handset and the base unit can be tailored to personal preferences using the
programming instructions in this chapter. If you make a mistake during
programming, press the" button to exit. If a button is not pressed for 30 seconds
during a programming operation, the procedure will be aborted.
EARPIECE VOLUME CONTROL
When on a call, the volume level in the earpiece. can be increased or decreased on
three levels.
1. Press the > programming button.
2. Press button #, the display shows -1
3. Select either level using buttons 1-3. (1 = MIN, 3 = MAX).
4. Press the —> programming button.
DISPLAY INFORMATION
When the unit is in standby mode it can display the handset and the base identity
numbers (see page 22). This information can be switched on or off.
Base unit | _ | Handset number
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SHOW BASE UNIT IDENTITY NUMBER
1. Press the > programming button.
2. Press digit 2, the display will show the current setting.
3. Select either on or off using digits 0-1. (0 = OFF, 1 = ON).
4. Press the = programming button.
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SHOW HANDSET IDENTITY NUMBER
1. Press the > programming button.
2. Press digit 3, the display will show the current setting.
3. Select either on or off using buttons 0-1. (0 = OFF, 1 = ON).
4. Press the —> programming button.
"HANDSET KEYPAD SOUND
From new, the handset keypad is programmed to emit a confirmation beep every
time a key is pressed. This beep can be turned on or off as desired.
1. Press —> programming button.
2. Press digit 4. the display will show the current setting.
3. Select a setting using digits 0 and 1. (0 = OFF, 1 = ON).
4. Press —> programming button.
HANDSET RINGER VOLUME LEVEL
You can change the ringer volume level in four levels: off, low, normal and high.
1. Press —> programming button.
2. Press digit 5, the display will show the current setting/ringer will be heard.
3. Select a level using digits 0-3, (0=off, 1=low, 2=normal, 3 = high).
4. Press > programming button.
HANDSET RINGER MELODY
Y ou can choose from six different melodies tor the telephone ringer
1. Press > programming button.
2. Press digit 6, the display will show the current setting/ringer will be heard.
3. Selecta melody using digits 1-6. (1 = type 1,2= type 2 etc).
4. Press > programming button.
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AUTO ANSWER
If the handset is on the base unit, this feature allows the handset to connect
automatically with a call when lifted off the base unit, without the need to press the
Talk button. = o | | |
1. Press —> programming button.
2. Press digit 7, the display will show the current setting.
3. Select setting with button 0 - 1. (0 = OFF, 1 = ON).
4. Press >> programming button.
HANDSET PIN-CODE
A four digit PIN code is provide to ensure that some of the programmable settings
can not be changed by unauthorised users. From new the code is set to 0000.
CHANGE PIN-CODE
1. Press $) programming button.
2. Press digit 8 then digit 9, ---- will appear on the display.
‘3. Enter the handset PIN-code (0000 from new)
4. Enter the new PIN-code twice.
5. Press > programming button.
It 1s recommended that you make a note of your PIN number ____
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BABY CALL
This feature enables the handset to be pre-programmed with an emergency contact
number which can be dialled automatically by pressing any button (except the
programming button). It is still possible to answer calls even if this feature is
implemented.
STORE & ACTIVATE THE BABY CALL NUMBER
1. Press the = programming button.
2. Press digit 8 then 8 again, ---- will appear on the display.
3. Enter the handsets PIN-code (0000 from new). From new, if the code is correct,
——— Will appear on the display. |
4. Enter the number (max 20 digits).
If you enter an incorrect digit, press the С button to erase it.
If you want a pause press on button CM -
S. Press the + programming button.
Baby call is now activated. The display will show the number stored and the
barred symbol. |
Note: It is recommended that 999 and 112 are not programmed as baby call numbers
Calls to these services can NOT be made in this mode.
DEACTIVATE BABY CALL
1. Press the —> programming button.
2. Press digit 8 then 0, ---- will appear on the display.
3. Enter the handsets PIN-code (0000 from new).
4. Press the > programming button.
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BASE UNIT RINGER VOLUME
There are four setting available (off, low, normal and high) for the base unit ringer.
1. Press the © programming button and then the # button. The display shows
"INT".
2. Press digit >u the e display will show the current setting/ringer will be heard.
3. Select a level using buttons 0, 1,2 or 3. (0 = off, 1 = low, 2= = normal and 3 3 =
high).
4. Press the eS programming button.
BASE UNIT RINGER MELODY
There are six choices tor the setting of the base unit melody.
1. Press the — programming button and then the # button. The display shows
"INT"
2. Press digit 6, the display will show the current setting/ringer will be heard.
— 3. Select a melody using buttons 1-6. (1 =type | , 2 = type 2 etc).
4. Press the programming button.
BASE UNIT PIN-CODE
Registration of new handsets to the base or barring (not allow) certain phone
numbers 15 restricted to holders of the base unit PIN-Code. The base unit PIN-code
- 1s a four digits code, and from: new is 0000. It is recommended that this is changed to
a number of your choice.
CHANGE THE BASE UNIT PIN-CODE
1. Press the — programming | button and then the + button. The display shows
"INT". :
2. Press digit 8 then 9.
~ 3. Enter the base unit PIN-code (0000 from new).
4. Enter the new PIN-code twice.
5. Press the => programming button.
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CALL BARRING
Call barring can be employed to restrict use of the handsets and to stop users making
expensive calls to international numbers or to premium rate numbers. The base unit
can bar up to 3 numbers (of 8 digits each) on each handset. When call barring is
enabled the barred symbol will appear on the display.
PROGRAMMING A CALL BARRING NUMBER
1. Press the —> programming button and then the # button. The display shows
"INT".
Press keypad digit 7 then digit 5, ---- will appear on the display.
3. Enter the base unit PIN-code (0000 from new). The display shows any registered
handset identity numbers.
Enter the identity number of the appropriate handset (1-6).
5. The location for the barred number will appear on the left of the display. Use the
OB button to select a location (0-2). |
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6. Enter the number you wish to bar. Ifyou enter an incorrect digit, press the C
button to erase it.
7. Press the —> programming button.
It will then be necessary to programme the phone as described below to implement
call barring. |
CALL BARRING ON/OFF
This feature allows you to either bar calls as programmed above or to bar all
outgoing calls.
1. Press the > programming button and then the + button. The display shows
"INT".
Press keypad digit 7 then keypad digit 4.
Enter the base unit PIN-code (from new 0000).
4. Enter the identity number of the handset you wish to bar. If you only use one
handset press digit 1.
5. Select a setting using keypad digits 0 - 2.
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Setting Command
No barring 0
Block according to call barring 1
Block all outgoing calls 2
6. Press the = programming button.
To deactivate, repeat steps 1-6 above and enter 0 at point 3.
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PABX USAGE
If you are connected to a PABX, the DECT 3055 can be programmed to accept an
access code and to insert a timed pause before the number is dialled.
Up to 3 different primary access codes (4 digits each maximum) can be stored. If
you are connected to two PABXs and it takes one more access code and two pauses
to obtain an external line, a secondary access code can be also programmed.
When using this feature, ensure that the access number stored is dialled as well as
the telephone number.
STORE ACCESS CODE
The primary access code level 1s identified as H0 or H1 or H2. The secondary access
code level is identified as AO or Al or A2.
1. Press the > programming button and then the + button. The display shows
"INT"
2. Press keypad digit 0 then digit 0 again. The display shows HU --—-.
3. Repeatedly press the (i button to select the desired access code level.
4. Enter the access code. Y ou can also use R, * and # to store a access code.
Y you enter an incorrect digit, use the C button to erase it.
S. Press the > programming button.
PAUSE LENGTH
This feature allows you to select the time of a pause often used in 1 dialling sequences
on a PABX. From new, the setting 1s 3 seconds.
1. Press the > programming button and then the # button. The display shows
"INT".
2. Press 0 then 2, the current setting will appear on the display.
3. Select a pause length using the 0, 1 or 2 digits. (0=1 second, 1=3 seconds, 2=5
seconds).
4. Press the > programming button.
Note: Most modern PABX's automatically insert a pause, check with your system
operator tor full details.
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EXTENDING
The DECT 3055 can form the basis of a multi- handset DECT telephone system
which will allow you to:
e Register up to 6 handsets to the same base unit.
* Register up to 4 base units to the same handset.
* Make an intercom call and transfer calls from one handset to another handset |
which is connected to same base unit.
* One external call and two intercom calls can be made at the same time.
* Increase the range of handsets by automatic connection to an in-range base unit.
* Register other GAP (Generic Access Profile) compatible handsets to the base unit.
ADDITIONAL HANDSETS
[f an additional handset(s) (DECT AHS3055) is added to the system, the batteries
must be charged for 8 hours without interruption. The registration procedure (see
below) must be performed prior to use.
The registration gives each handset a specific identity number, 1 to 6. This number is
‘used for internal calls only. From new, the DECT 3055 handset is already registered
to the base unit and has been allocated number 1.
REGISTER HANDSET/BASE UNIT
If an additional handset is added to the system, it must be registered to the Base unit.
1. Turn off the handset by pressing and holding the O button until the handset
beeps and the e display | is blank, then release.
2. Press and hold the) on the base unit until you hear a series of beeps, then
release (approximately 8 seconds).
You now have 30 seconds to completed the registration.
3. Press and hold a base unit number on the keypad (1-4).
Note: If the base unit is already registered with the same number, the number
will be erased when the new one is stored. From new, the DECT 3 055 is
register ed as number 1.
AND AT THE SAME TIME
Switch on the handset by holding down the © button until the handset beeps,
then release both buttons, the display will show ----,
4. Enter the base unit PIN-code (from new 0000).
5. After a few seconds, the display will show all the handset identity numbers
(e |-с-3-Ч-5 -Б). Use the keypad digits to select the appropriate
number. Do not use a number that is already allocated.
The handset will enter standby mode after a few seconds.
Note: The base unit will be registered as the same number.
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DEREGISTRATION
"A handset can be deregistered from a base unit as follows:
Note: the base is automatically deregistered.
Ensure the handset is within range of the base unit.
Press the = programming button.
Press the # button, the display shows "INT".
Press keypad digit 9 then keypad digit 0.
Enter the base unit PIN-code (from new 0000).
The display shows the handset identity number. Press the corresponding keypad
digit of the handset you wish to deregister. =
7. Press the > programming button. a
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If there is a another registered base unit within range, it will be connected to the
handset and the new handset identity number will appear on the display.
ADDITIONAL BASE UNITS
By connecting several base units to one telephone line, the range of each handset can
be extended, but it is critical that all handsets are within range of a base unit when
in-use. Otherwise it may be that dead spots occur where reception is not possible. It
is recommended that when a new base unit is located, a handset is used to make a
call and test the range.
If the additional handset has been registered with the base units and the automatic
connection option has been selected (see below), connection will be established
automatically when moving from base unit to base unit, , but CAN NOT OCCUR
when a call is being made. Ce
It is also possible to locate © one base unit at home and one base unit at work, and ı use
one handset at both locations.
SELECT A BASE UNIT
If the handset is registered to more than one base unit, you can select one base unit as
a special base unit irrespective of how many base units are registered.
1. Press the > programming button
2. Press the INT button, the display shows the current setting (0= = all base units in
the list, | = only base unit number 1, 2 = only base unit number 2, etc). —
. Select a setting, using keypad digits 0-4. a
4. Press the + programming button.
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INTERCOM CALL
When two or more handsets are registered to the same base unit it is possible to call
handset to handset. This is an intercom call and is not charged for by your network
operator.
TO MAKE A INTERCOM CALL
1. Press the INT button.
2. Enter the handset number of the handset you wish to call (1-6).
3. Press the | button on the called handset to take the call. "INT" will appear on
the display of the called handset.
4. To terminate the call, press the 722 button.
If a external call is received while a intercom call is in progress, a reminder tone
will be heard in the handset earpiece, the base unit will ring and the in-use indicator
will flash.
To answer the incoming call, either:
a) Press the R button. The intercom call will be terminated.
OR
b) Press the INT button to place the intercom call on hold and answer the incoming
call.
Only the handset which initiated the intercom conversation can switch between an
external call and an intercom call by pressing the INT button.
TRANSFERRING CALLS
A external call can be transferred from one handset to another (both handsets must
be registered to the same base unit).
1. When an external call is connected, press the INT button.
2. Enter the handset identity number of the handset to which the call is to be
transferred. The external call will be placed on hold and the called handset will
ring.
3. The called handset user presses the © button to take the call.
4. The handset which initially took the call must now press the " button to
release the call.
If the call is not answered, press the R button on the initial handset to retrieve the
call.
PAGING ALL HANDSETS
To call all handsets in a system, press the INT button and then the * button. All
handsets will ring until the call is answered.
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APPROVED USE
The DECT 3055 is approved for connection to:
(a) Public Switched Telephone Networks (PSTN)
(b) Extensions via sockets provided for a direct exchange line
(с) PABX providing secondary proceed indication.
For use with the following facilities:
-cordless telephone
-caller display
-register recall (TBR)
-automatic storage of last 4 numbers dialled
-MF signalling/Pulse signalling
-microphone mute
-memory redial of up to 10 numbers |
- internal call
This apparatus should not be used as an extension to « pu, prise.
This apparatus should not be connected to a shared service (party line)
Any other usage will invalidate the approval of the apparatus if as a result it ceases to
conform to the standards against which the approval was granted.
In the event of a mains power failure it will not be possible to dial 999 or 112.
emergency services numbers.
The power supply output and the handset charger contacts are SELV circuits as
defined in EN 41003.
The equipment has been approved in accordance with Council Decision 98/482/EC
for pan-European single terminal connection to the Public Switched Telephone
Network (PSTN). However, due to differences between the individual PSTN”s
provided in the different countries, the approval does not, of itself, give an
unconditional assurance of successful operation on every PSTN network termination
point. | a.
In the event of problems, you should contact your equipment supplier | in the first
instance. |
Compatible c countries. UK, Sweden Switzerland Norway, Denmark, F inland.
The REN number of the DECT 3055 is 1.The REN number (Ringer Equivalence
Number) determines how many telephones can be connected to your telephone line.
Most normal exchange lines have a REN capacity of 4. If you exceed the REN value
one telephone may not ring. If the equipment is BT supplied then, unless otherwise
stated, the REN should be assumed to be 1.
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FAULT FINDING
All cordless telephones are radio transmitters and receivers and as such are subject to
interference from a wide range of sources.
Re-siting of the base unit can improve reception substantially. An upstairs room is
usually the best location.
Electronic equipment like TV's, computers, etc., emit strong electronic magnetic
fields which can affect the radio signals. Try not to locate your DECT 3055 next to
this type of equipment and ensure that the power and line cords are separated from
other electrical units.
AN INCOMING NUMBER IS NOT VISIBLE ON THE DISPLAY
* Have you subscribed to the caller display service?
* Is the phone connected to a PABX? Caller display is not available when connected
to a PABX.
* Is the handset registered to a base unit that is not caller display compatible?
THE IN-USE LINE INDICATOR ON THE BASE UNIT IS FLASHING
* There is new phone number in the caller display memory (see page 12).
THE TELEPHONE DOES NOT WORK
* Is the power adapter connected correctly?
e Is the line cord connected correctly?
* Are the batteries in the handset charged?
* Connect a different telephone to the same wall socket. If the other telephone does
not work, contact your Network operator.
THE BASE UNIT DOES NOT RING
* Check that the ringer is programmed on (see page 19).
* Does the total of REN numbers exceed 47? If it does, disconnect other equipment
until 4 is achieved (see page 25).
* Is it connected to a mains power socket and mains power switched on?
WHEN ON A CALL, A WARNING TONE IS HEARD
* The batteries’ power may be low (recharge the handset for 8 hours).
* The handset may be out of range - move closer to the base unit.
NO DIALLING TONE
* Have the handset batteries been charged for 8 hours?
* [s the Base connected to a mains power socket and mains power switched on?
e Is the telephone line cord plugged into a telephone Network wall socket?
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THE DISPLAY ON THE HANDSET IS BLANK
* Is the handset switched off? (see page 9)
° Is mains power switched on?
THE BASE UNIT RINGS BEFORE THE HANDSET
e This is normal for all cordless telephones.
THE HANDSET WILL NOT CONNECT WITH AN INCOMING CALL WHEN
THE BASE UNIT RINGS
Because this is a cordless telephone, the ringing signal | has to be transmitted to
the handset which can take a few seconds. It is important that a call is not
picked-up on the handset until the handset rings.
THE HANDSET DOES NOT RING
* Is the ringer programmed Off? (see page 16).
MEMORY DIALLING DOES NOT WORK
* Store a new number and try again (see page 10).
Technical Support: If you cannot resolve the fault using the fault finder section,
please call the Technical Helpline on: 01527 585522 between 9AM - SPM Monday-
Friday. Alternatively, you can write to: Technical Support Group, Doro-Audioline
Ltd., 22 Walkers Road, North Moons Moat, Redditch, Worcestershire, B98 9HE.
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RESET THE HANDSET
The handset can be reset if required. If this operation is performed all factory settings
will be restored.
Redial memory erased
The display show only the handsets number.
! Handset PIN-code restored t to 0000 1 Key sound will activate
! Ring signal level restored to high —! Volume restored to step 1
! Ring signal type restored to type 2 ! Key lock deactivated
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Press the + programming button.
Press keypad digit 9 followed by keypad digit 9.
Press the handset PIN-code (from new 0000).
Press the À programming button.
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If the PIN code has been lost, switch off the handset, press and hold d keypad digits
1,5,9,0 and turn on the handset power. Release all buttons.
RESET THE BASE UNIT
The base unit can be reset if required. If this operation is performed all factory
settings will be restored.
1 Base unit PIN-code restored to 0000 ! Pause time restored to 3 seconds
! Ring signal level restored to normal _ ! Ring signal type restored to type 2
! Access codes erased — |
1. Press the) programming button and then the # button, the display shows
"INT"
2. Press keypad digit 9 followed by keypad digit 9
3. Enter the base unit PIN-code (from new 0000).
4. Press the > programming button.
If the Pin code has been lost, turn off the mains power, press and hold the Page button
on the base and turn on the power. Release all buttons. Then, turn the power off and _
on again.
RESET THE MEMORY
To reset the handset memory functions:
! All indirect memory erased ! Baby call erased
! Redial memory erased
Press the > programming button.
Press keypad digit 9 followed by keypad digit 8.
Press the nse PIN-code (from new 0000).
Press the programming button.
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TECHNICAL DATA
Standby a.
Talk time
Range
Indirect memory
Battery
Weight
Size (BxHxD)
“ About 80 hours
About 10 hours
>300 meter in good conditions.
10 numbers
2 x 1.2V NiMH type.
Handset: about 170 g (including battery)
Base unit: about 200 g
Handset: 48 x 145 x 26 mm
Base unit: 108 x 143 X 55 mm
Specifications may be changed without notice.
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