Diva Topic Teletouch User`s Manual Contents 1. Introduction

Diva Topic Teletouch User`s Manual Contents 1. Introduction

Diva Topic Teletouch

User’s Manual

Contents

1. Introduction ................................................................................... 4

2. Controls......................................................................................... 4

3. Basic Operation ............................................................................ 5

1. Turning the Pager On .............................................................. 5

2. Stand-by Mode ........................................................................ 6

3, Backlight.................................................................................. 6

4. Reading Personal Message .................................................... 6

5. Locking/Unlocking Personal Message .................................... 8

6. Storing Personal Message into Phonebook ............................ 9

7. Erasing Personal message ..................................................... 10

8. Reading Phonebook Message ................................................ 11

9. Reading Maildrop Message..................................................... 13

4. How to Set Up Features................................................................ 16

1. Calendar .................................................................................. 16

2. Setting Message Alert ............................................................. 17

3. Setting Time ............................................................................ 18

4. Setting Alarm........................................................................... 19

5. Setting Automatic Power On/Off ............................................. 21

6. Setting Scroll Speed................................................................ 22

7. Unread Message Alert............................................................. 23

8. Setting Screen Display Off Time ............................................. 24

9. Power Off................................................................................. 25

10. Setting Zoom-In & Out........................................................... 25

5. Low Battery Alert and Replacing Battery ...................................... 26

6. Cautions........................................................................................ 28

7. Warranty ....................................................................................... 28

8. FCC Regulations........................................................................... 30

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1. Introduction

Thank you for your choosing Teletouch Diva Topic POCSAG alphanumeric pager which provides you with the most-needed features and exciting capabilities in message. The pager incorporates many of the most advanced electronic, communications and wireless technologies available.

2. Controls

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1) Function Button

2) Phonebook Button

3) Jog Shuttle

4) Buzzer

Function Indicators

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(image)

Audible alert: (image)

Vibration: (image)

Audible alert with vibration: (image)

Alarm: (image)

Auto on/off: (image)

In-range: (image)

Memory full: (image)

Battery gauge: (image)

Unread message: (image)

3. Basic Operation

1. Turning the Pager On

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In the power off mode, press Jog Shuttle twice to turn pager on. A start-up screen is momentarily displayed.

2. Stand-by Mode

When the pager is on, the stand-by screen is displayed. The pager displays time, date and other pager status indicators.

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3. Backlight

In any screen display, press and hold Function Button for 2 seconds to activate the screen backlight. You can turn the backlight off at any time by pressing and holding Function Button for 2 seconds.

4. Reading Personal Message

Your pager can receive up to 30 personal messages. When a message is received, your pager alerts according to the current alert setting (audible alert, vibration or silence).

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1) From the stand-by screen, press Jog Shuttle.

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If the pager receives more message (30 messages) than its available memory can hold, the new message replaces the oldest read and unprotected message and Memory Full Icon “(image)” is displayed on the screen. Replaced messages are lost and not recoverable.

2) Move Jog Shuttle up or down to move the cursor to the message you want to read and press Jog Shuttle to read the message.

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3) Press Jog Shuttle for automatic message scroll. If you press any button during scrolling the scroll will halt. Press Jog Shuttle again to keep scrolling.

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4) Move Jog Shuttle up or down to read previous or next message.

5. Locking or Unlocking Personal Message

Up to 20 messages can be locked in the memory, preventing them from being erased when deleting a single or all message and being replaced with the most recent message when memory is full (indicated by “(image)”).

1) from the message-reading screen, press Function Button to display selection mode.

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2) Move Jog Shuttle down to move the cursor to Lock Icon “(image)” or

Unlock Icon “(image)”.

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To return to the previous mode: (image)

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To lock message: (image)

To unlock message: (image)

To move message into the phonebook: (image)

To delete a single message: (image)

To delete all messages: (image)

3) Press Jog Shuttle to lock or unlock the message.

6. Storing Personal Message into Phonebook

The important message you want to keep can be stored in phonebook (16 messages) to search messages easily and efficiently. The message in phonebook is not deleted when personal memory is full.

1) From the message-reading screen, press Function Button to display selection mode. Move Jog Shuttle down to move cursor to Phonebook Icon

“(image)”.

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2) Press Jog Shuttle to move message into phonebook with a sound of chirp.

7. Erasing Personal Message

Delete a Single Message

1) From the message-reading screen, press Function Button to display selection mode.

2) Move Jog Shuttle down to move the cursor to Delete a Single Message

Icon “(image)”.

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3) Press Jog Shuttle to erase a single message with a sound of chirp. (The locked message will not be deleted.)

Delete All Messages

1) From the message-reading screen, press Function Button to display selection mode.

2) Move Jog Shuttle down to move the cursor to Delete All Message Icon

“(image)”.

(image)

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3) Press Jog Shuttle to erase all messages with a sound of chirp. (The locked message will not be erased.)

8. Reading Phonebook Message

1) From the stand-by screen, press Phonebook Button.

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2) Move Jog Shuttle up or down to move the cursor to the message you want to read and press Jog Shuttle to read the message.

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3) Press Jog Shuttle for automatic message scroll. If you press any button during scrolling the scroll will halt. Press Jog Shuttle again to keep scrolling.

4) Move Jog Shuttle up or down to read the previous or next message.

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Delete a Single Message

1) From the phonebook message-reading screen, press Function Button to display selection mode.

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2) Move Jog Shuttle down to move the cursor to Delete All Messages Icon

“(image)”.

To return to the previous mode: (image)

To delete a single message: (image)

To delete all messages: (image)

3) Press Jog Shuttle to erase a single message with a sound of chirp.

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Delete All Messages

1) From the phonebook message-status screen, press Function Button to display selection mode.

2) Move Jog Shuttle downward to move the cursor to Delete All Messages icon “(image)”.

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3) Press Jog Shuttle to erase all messages with a sound of chirp.

9. Reading Maildrop Message

1) From the stand-by screen, press Function Button.

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2) Press Jog Shuttle and move Jog Shuttle up or down to select the message you want to read.

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3) Press Jog Shuttle to read the message. Press Jog Shuttle for automatic message scroll. If you press any button during scrolling, the scroll will halt.

Press Jog Shuttle again to keep scrolling.

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4) Move Jog Shuttle up or down to read the previous or next message.

Delete a Single Message

1) From the maildrop message-reading status screen, press Function Button to display selection mode.

(image)

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2) Move Jog Shuttle down to move the cursor to Delete a Single Message

Icon “(image)”.

(image)

To return to the previous mode: (image)

To delete a single message: (image)

To delete all messages: (image)

3) Press Jog Shuttle to erase a single message with a sound of chirp.

Delete All Messages

1) From the maildrop message-reading status screen, press Function Button to display selection mode.

2) Move Jog Shuttle down to move the cursor to Delete All Messages icon

“(image)”.

(image)

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3) Press Jog Shuttle to erase all messages with a sound of chirp.

4. How to Set Up Features

1. Calendar

1) From the stand-by screen, press Function Button.

2) Move Jog Shuttle down to move the cursor to Calendar Icon “(image)” and press Jog Shuttle.

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3) Move Jog Shuttle up or down to adjust year. Press Jog Shuttle and move

Jog Shuttle up or down to adjust month.

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4) Press Function Button to return to the function mode.

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1. Setting Message Alert

1) From the stand-by screen, press Function Button. .Move Jog Shuttle down to move the cursor to Set Alert Icon “(image)”.

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2) Press Jog Shuttle.

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Audible alert: (image)

Vibration alert: (image)

No message alert (silence): (image)

Disable or enable for maildrop message alert: (image) or (image)

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3) Move Jog Shuttle up or down to move the cursor to the desired alert.

4) Press Jog Shuttle to confirm the alert mode.

5) If audible alert is selected, move Jog Shuttle up or down to choose one of eight audible alerts and press Jog Shuttle to activate the alert.

6) Move Jog Shuttle down to choose disable “(image)” or enable “(image)” for the maildrop message alert.

7) Press Jog Shuttle to confirm the setting and return to the function mode.

Etiquette Function

When you use a pager in a public place such as a theater, restaurant, subway or bus, you can select alert mode from audible alert to vibration or silence alert easily. Just move Jog Shuttle up or down twice continuously from the stand-by screen. Then the pager displays selected alert icon on screen.

3. Setting Time

1) From the stand-by screen, press Function Button, move Jog Shuttle down to move the cursor to Set Time Icon “(image)”.

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(image)

2) Press Jog Shuttle.

(image)

3) Move Jog Shuttle up or down to adjust year.

4) Press Jog Shuttle and move Jog Shuttle up or down to adjust month.

5) Repeat step 3 and 4 to adjust the day, 12/24 hour, hour, minute and display format.

6) Press Jog Shuttle to confirm the setting and return to the function mode.

4. Setting Alarm

Your pager has an alarm that can be set for a specific time on a daily basis, specific time and date on a weekly and yearly basis.

1) From the stand-by screen, press Function Button. Move Jog Shuttle down to move the cursor to Set Alarm Icon “(image)”.

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(image)

2) Press Jog Shuttle and move Jog Shuttle up or down to choose a kind of alarm.

(image)

(Alarm on daily basis)

(image)

(Alarm on weekly basis)

(image)

(Alarm on yearly basis)

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3) After pressing Jog Shuttle move Jog Shuttle down to select alarm disable

“(image)” or enable “(image)”.

4) Press Jog Shuttle to move the cursor to the next digit and move Jog

Shuttle up or down to set up the digit.

5) After setting up the last digit properly, press Jog Shuttle to confirm the alarm time and return to the function mode.

5. Setting Automatic Power On/Off

1) From the stand-by screen, press Function Button. Move Jog Shuttle down to move the cursor to Auto On/Off Icon “(image)”.

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2) Press Jog Shuttle and move Jog Shuttle up or down to choose automatic power disable or enable.

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(Automatic Power Disable) (Automatic Power Enable)

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3) After selecting enable, press Jog Shuttle and move Jog Shuttle up or down to set up the hour digit and press Jog Shuttle to move the cursor to the next minute digit. Move Jog Shuttle up or down to set up the minute digit.

4) Press Jog Shuttle to confirm the setting and return to the function mode.

Status Description

Automatically turn the pager on at 6:00 a.m.

Automatically turn the pager off at 11:50 p.m.

*Please be sure to select disable if the function is not necessary.

6. Setting Scroll Speed

1) From the stand-by screen, press Function Button. Move Jog shuttle down to move the cursor to Set Scrolling Icon “(image)”.

(image)

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2) Press Jog Shuttle and move Jog Shuttle down to choose scroll speed

(Fixed, Slow, Normal, Fast).

3) Press Jog Shuttle to confirm the setting and return to the function mode.

7. Unread Message Alert

1) From the stand-by screen, press Function Button. Move Jog Shuttle down to move the cursor to the Set Reminder Icon “(image)”.

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2) Press jog Shuttle and move Jog Shuttle down to choose disable “(image)” or enable “(image)”.

3. After selecting enable, press Jog Shuttle to move the cursor to the next digit and move Jog Shuttle up or down to set up the interval time (according to the interval time you set up, pager will alert you that you have unread message).

(image)

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4) Press Jog Shuttle to confirm the setting and return to the function mode.

8. Setting Screen Display Off Time

1) From the stand-by screen, press Function Button. Move Jog Shuttle down to move the cursor to the Set Time out Icon “(image)”.

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2) press Jog Shuttle and move Jog Shuttle up or down to choose the time for screen display off.

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3) Press Jog Shuttle to confirm the setting and return to the function mode.

If you set 8 seconds for screen display off time and you do not press any button for 8 seconds, the pager will go to screen off mode for battery saving.

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9. Power Off

1) From the stand-by screen, press Function Button. Move Jog Shuttle down to move the cursor to Pager Off Icon “(image)”.

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2) Press Jog Shuttle and move Jog Shuttle down to choose “Yes” or “No”.

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3) After selecting “Yes”, press Jog Shuttle to turn the pager off.

4) In power off mode, press Jog Shuttle twice to turn the pager on.

10. Setting Zoom In & Out

When this feature is enable, the standard 4-line display is converted to 2-line display. The characters are enlarged vertically, increasing message readability.

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1) From the stand-by screen, press Function Button. Move Jog Shuttle down to move the cursor to Zoom In & Out Icon “(image)”.

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2) Press Jog Shuttle and move Jog Shuttle down to choose zoom in or zoom out.

(image) (image)

(Zoom in) (Zoom out)

3) Press Jog Shuttle to confirm the setting and return to the function mode.

5. Low Battery Alert and Replacing Battery

A battery gauge indicator keeps your informed of the battery level. If the battery level is low, warning sound alerts you to replace battery on every 1 hour.

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1. Slide the battery door in the direction of the arrow.

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2. Remove the old battery and install the new battery by aligning to the positive negative markings inside of the battery chamber.

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3. Replace the battery door and slide the battery door until it’s fully closed.

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The pager is designed to operate with a single AAA-sized alkaline battery. Do not insert the battery backward.

6. Cautions

1. To prevent the pager fault, do not let water infiltrate into the pager; avoid direct sunlight; do not apply excessive force and do not drop the pager.

2. Do not use this pager for any extra purpose than explained in this manual. Do not connect other equipment to the pager, and do not modify or dismantle the pager.

3. Keep away from any flammable materials such as benzens, thinner, insecticide, etc.

4. The pager operates with AAA-size alkaline battery.

7. Warranty

Diva Topic ensures the best quality in wireless industry. However, if Diva Topic is ever required for service, return the Diva Topic with description of malfunction or difficulties along with the proof of purchase (cash register receipt with purchase date required.)

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What’s not covered by warranty:

Accident., physical damage, improper installation, misuse, fire, water and liquid intrusion, unauthorized modifications and alterations are not covered by warranty.

To claim the warranty service:

Package Diva Topic and address with a brief description of problem, serial number, your name, address and telephone number. In all subsequent communications, please have the serial number information available.

Diva Topic Repair Dept.

6 West 33rd Street, New York, NY 10001

Tel: 212-897-0000 / Fax: 212-897-1111

Warning: We assume no risk for damage or loss in transit.

If you need more information of any question, please feel free to contact the above telephone number.

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8. FCC regulations

This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules and regulations and is subject to the condition that this device does not cause harmful interference.

7:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m.

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