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User Manual
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Contents
1 Introduction............................................................................................................. 1
1.1 Abbreviations and Glossary ................................................................................ 1
1.2 Ascom VoWiFi System ........................................................................................ 1
1.3 Versions ............................................................................................................. 1
1.4 Functions ........................................................................................................... 1
1.5 Accessories ........................................................................................................ 2
2 Descriptions ............................................................................................................. 3
2.1 The Ascom i75 VoWiFi Handset .......................................................................... 3
2.2 Chargers ............................................................................................................ 4
2.2.1 Desktop Charger for Ascom i75 VoWiFi Handset ........................................ 4
2.2.2 USB Programming Device ........................................................................... 4
2.2.3 Wall Mounted Charging Racks ................................................................... 4
2.3 Icons and Text in the Display .............................................................................. 5
2.4 Keys and Buttons ............................................................................................... 8
2.4.1 Navigation Key ........................................................................................... 8
2.4.2 Off-hook Key ............................................................................................. 8
2.4.3 On/Off and On-hook Key ........................................................................... 8
2.4.4 Soft keys .................................................................................................... 8
2.4.5 Hot keys .................................................................................................... 9
2.4.6 Volume Button .......................................................................................... 9
2.4.7 Mute Button .............................................................................................. 9
2.4.8 Alarm Button ............................................................................................. 9
2.4.9 Alpha Numeric Keys ................................................................................... 9
2.5 Accessories ...................................................................................................... 10
2.5.1 Belt Clip, Swivel-type ............................................................................... 10
2.5.2 Leather Casing ......................................................................................... 10
2.5.3 Headset ................................................................................................... 10
2.5.4 Security String .......................................................................................... 10
3 Guideline for Safety and Efficiency, i75 VoWiFi Handsets ................................. 11
4 Basic Operation ..................................................................................................... 15
4.1 Switch the Handset On/Off .............................................................................. 15
4.2 The Call List ..................................................................................................... 15
4.3 Calling ............................................................................................................. 15
4.3.1 Answer a Call .......................................................................................... 15
4.3.2 End a Call ................................................................................................ 15
4.3.3 Pre-dial .................................................................................................... 15
4.3.4 Post-dial .................................................................................................. 15
4.3.5 Dial Using a Pre-programmed Hot key or Soft key .................................... 16
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4.3.6 Dial a Number from the Call list ............................................................... 16
4.3.7 Dial a Number from a Message ................................................................ 16
4.3.8 Dial a Number from the Local Phonebook ................................................ 16
4.3.9 Dial a Number from the Central Phonebook ............................................. 16
4.4 Start a New Call during Conversation ............................................................... 16
4.5 Transfer a Call/Retrieve the Call ........................................................................ 16
4.6 “Blind” Transfer ............................................................................................... 16
4.7 Turn Off Alert Signals at an Incoming Call ........................................................ 16
4.8 Put a Call on Hold/Retrieve the Call .................................................................. 17
4.9 Turn the Mute Mode Off/On during a Call ........................................................ 17
4.10 Loudspeaking Function .................................................................................. 17
4.11 Increase/Decrease the Speaker Volume during a Call ...................................... 17
4.12 Turn Audible Signals On/Off ........................................................................... 17
4.13 Unlock/Lock the Keypad ................................................................................. 17
4.14 Lock/Unlock the Handset ............................................................................... 18
4.15 Shared Phone ................................................................................................ 18
4.15.1 Logging On/Off ...................................................................................... 18
5 Messaging.............................................................................................................. 19
5.1 Message List .................................................................................................... 19
5.1.1 Display and Scroll between Messages ....................................................... 19
5.1.2 Read a Stored Message ............................................................................ 19
5.2 Basic Message Handling ................................................................................... 19
5.2.1 Receive a Message ................................................................................... 19
5.2.2 Receive a Message during a Call .............................................................. 19
5.2.3 Receive a Message with Request for Answer ............................................ 19
5.2.4 Delete a Message ..................................................................................... 20
5.3 Messaging between Handsets .......................................................................... 20
5.3.1 Send a Message to another Handset ........................................................ 20
5.4 Send a Message to a predefined Destination Address ....................................... 20
5.5 Interactive Messaging ...................................................................................... 20
5.5.1 Interactive Messages with Function Keys .................................................. 21
5.5.2 Interactive Messages without Function Keys ............................................. 21
5.5.3 Multilayer Interactive Messaging .............................................................. 21
5.6 Voice Mail ........................................................................................................ 21
5.6.1 Receive a Voice Mail ................................................................................. 21
5.7 Send Data from the Handset ............................................................................ 21
5.7.1 Data Send ................................................................................................ 21
5.7.2 Send Data with a Prefix ............................................................................ 22
6 Alarm Operation ................................................................................................... 23
6.1 Acoustic Localisation Signal .............................................................................. 23
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6.2 Push-button Alarm ........................................................................................... 23
6.3 Test Alarm ........................................................................................................ 23
6.4 No-movement Alarm ....................................................................................... 23
6.5 Man-down Alarm ............................................................................................ 24
6.5.1 Delay Time for No-movement and Man-down Alarms Warning Signal ...... 24
6.6 Alarm with Data .............................................................................................. 24
6.7 Automatic Call after an Alarm .......................................................................... 24
6.8 Automatic Alarm after Emergency Call ............................................................. 25
7 Navigate the Menu ............................................................................................... 26
7.1 Enter/Exit the Menu Mode ............................................................................... 26
8 Menu Tree .............................................................................................................. 27
8.1 Contacts .......................................................................................................... 27
8.2 Messages ......................................................................................................... 27
8.3 Call List ............................................................................................................ 27
8.4 Services ............................................................................................................ 27
8.5 Settings ........................................................................................................... 28
8.6 Profiles ............................................................................................................ 29
8.7 Customizing the Menu Tree ............................................................................. 29
9 Menu Operation.................................................................................................... 31
9.1 Contacts .......................................................................................................... 31
9.1.1 Find an Entry in the Local Phonebook ....................................................... 31
9.1.2 View an Entry in the Local Phonebook ..................................................... 31
9.1.3 Add an Entry to the Local Phonebook ...................................................... 31
9.1.4 Delete an Entry in the Local Phonebook ................................................... 32
9.1.5 Edit an Entry in the Local Phonebook ....................................................... 32
9.1.6 Find an Entry in the Central Phonebook ................................................... 33
9.1.7 Delete the Central Phonebook Search Result ............................................ 33
9.1.8 Add an Entry from the Search Result to the Local Phonebook .................. 33
9.1.9 Send a Message to an Entry in Contacts ................................................... 33
9.2 Messages ......................................................................................................... 33
9.2.1 Message List ............................................................................................ 34
9.3 Call List ............................................................................................................ 35
9.3.1 Save a Number from the Call List to the Local Phonebook ........................ 35
9.3.2 Delete a Number in the Call List ............................................................... 35
9.3.3 Delete All Numbers in the Call List ........................................................... 35
9.4 Services ............................................................................................................ 35
9.4.1 Activate a Service ..................................................................................... 36
9.4.2 Create a new Service ............................................................................... 36
9.4.3 Edit a Service ........................................................................................... 36
9.4.4 Delete a Service ....................................................................................... 37
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9.5 Settings ........................................................................................................... 37
9.5.1 Change the Ring Volume ......................................................................... 37
9.5.2 Change the Ring Signal ............................................................................ 38
9.5.3 Change the Speaker, Loudspeaker or Headset Volume ............................. 38
9.5.4 Vibrator On/Off ........................................................................................ 38
9.5.5 Key Beep On/Off ...................................................................................... 38
9.5.6 Deactivate/Activate No-movement alarm .................................................. 38
9.5.7 Deactivate/Activate Man-down alarm1 ................................................................... 38
9.5.8 Edit a Soft key .......................................................................................... 39
9.5.9 Edit a Hot key .......................................................................................... 39
9.5.10 Select Language ..................................................................................... 40
9.5.11 Change Text Size in Messages ................................................................ 40
9.5.12 Lock the Handset Manually .................................................................... 40
9.5.13 Change the Lock Code1 ............................................................................................ 40
9.5.14 Time and Date Settings .......................................................................... 41
9.5.15 Turn On/Off Automatic Keypad Lock ...................................................... 41
9.5.16 Enable/Disable Quick Answer ................................................................. 41
9.5.17 Set New Messages to be Displayed Upside down ................................... 41
9.5.18 Set Owner ID ......................................................................................... 41
9.5.19 Select System ......................................................................................... 41
9.5.20 System Information ................................................................................ 42
9.6 Profiles ............................................................................................................. 42
9.6.1 Change Profiles ........................................................................................ 43
9.6.2 Change Profile Settings ............................................................................ 43
9.6.3 Set the Profile to Absent On/Off ............................................................... 43
9.6.4 Choose the Profile’s Answering method ................................................... 43
9.6.5 Set the Profile to Divert incoming Calls to another telephone number ...... 44
9.6.6 Preset the telephone numbers for the Diversions alternatives ................... 44
9.6.7 Customizing the Profiles Menu ................................................................ 44
10 Advanced Functions............................................................................................ 45
10.1 System Handling ............................................................................................ 45
10.1.1 Register a New VoWiFi System ............................................................... 45
10.2 Field Upgrade ................................................................................................ 45
11 Operation Notice................................................................................................. 46
11.1 Accessibility and Voice Quality ........................................................................ 46
11.2 Error Codes .................................................................................................... 46
11.3 Environmental Requirements .......................................................................... 47
12 Maintenance........................................................................................................ 48
12.1 Charge the Battery ......................................................................................... 48
12.1.1 Charging Spare Batteries ........................................................................ 48
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12.2 Remove the Battery ........................................................................................ 48
12.3 Change the Clip ............................................................................................. 49
13 Related Documents ............................................................................................. 50
Appendix A: Programming the Handset ................................................................ 52
A.1 Edit Parameters in the PDM ............................................................................. 52
A.2 Add an Alarm Licence ...................................................................................... 54
Appendix B: Upgrade the Firmware ....................................................................... 54
Appendix C: Add a New i75 VoWiFi Handset to the Site ...................................... 55
C.1 Give the Handset Access to the WLAN Appliance ............................................ 55
C.2 Add the User to the Gatekeeper ...................................................................... 55
C.3 Configure the Handset in the PDM .................................................................. 55
C.4 Replace an i75 Handset ................................................................................... 56
Index ....................................................................................................................... 57
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Introduction
With the Ascom i75 VoWiFi handset you can maintain connectivity to traditional
telephone services while remaining mobile around the work environment.
This document describes the features and settings available for the Ascom i75 VoWiFi
Handset. All procedures in this document are according to default programmed versions,
but additional functions and factory settings are also included as an attempt to cover all
functionality.
Note that your system may not supply all functions described in this document. For more
information about your system please contact the person (or department) responsible for
the system in your organization, or contact your supplier.
Note: This document includes important safety information and operating instructions,
see chapter 3 Guideline for Safety and Efficiency, i75 VoWiFi Handsets on page 11. Please
read this information before using your Ascom i75 VoWiFi handset and save this manual
with all instructions for future reference.
1.1
1.2
Abbreviations and Glossary
ESSID
Extended Service Set Identifier: Identifier for the mobile devices
attempting to connect to the VoWiFi system.
IMS/IP
Integrated Message Server for the VoWiFi system.
IP
Internet Protocol: Global standard that specifies the format of
datagrams and the addressing scheme.
PDM
Portable Device Manager: Used for management of portables,
editing of parameters and updating the portables with new
software.
VoIP
Voice over Internet Protocol
VoWiFi
Voice over Wireless Fidelity: Is a wireless version of VoIP and
reefers to IEEE 802.11a, 802.11b or 802.11g network.
WiFi
Wireless Fidelity: Is used generically when referring of any type
of 802.11 network.
Ascom VoWiFi System
The Ascom i75 VoWiFi Handset is part of the Ascom VoWiFi system.
1.3
Versions
The Ascom i75 VoWiFi Handset is a robust handset designed for people working in tough
environments. It is suitable for users dependent of being reachable and/or having a need
for advanced mobile messaging functions. The handset comes in two versions, i75
Protector and i75 Medic Protector.
1.4
Functions
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Local phonebook
Central phonebook
Vibrator
Microphone on/off during call
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Headset connector
Messaging*
Acknowledge*
Interactive messaging*
Data send*
Data with prefix*
Alarm with data*
Location*
Man-down & No-movement alarm*
* System dependent feature
1.5
Accessories
• Headset
- with mic (2 types)
- with hearing protection
• Belt clip
- hinge-type
- swivel-type
• Leather casing
• Security string
• Desktop charger
• Charging rack
• Battery pack charger (each module supports eight batteries)
• Spare battery
• USB programming device
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Descriptions
Figure 1.
LED
Alarm button
Loudspeaker
Display
Mute button
Volume button
Soft keys
On hook key
On/Off key
Off hook key
4 G HI
7 PQRS
Navigation key
2 AB C
3 DEF
5 J KL
6 MNO
8 TUV
9 W X YZ
0
Alpha numeric keys
Microphone
001
1
Figure 1. Overview of the Ascom i75 VoWiFi Handset.
2.1
The Ascom i75 VoWiFi Handset
Case
The case is made of durable PC/ABS plastic.
The i75 Handset has the enclosure protection IP40 and it also fulfils IEC 68-2-32 procedure
1, which makes it drop proof from 1.5 meters onto concrete.
Antenna
The antenna is integrated inside the handset.
Display
The display is an illuminated 128 x 64 pixels LCD, covered by anti-reflex treated plastic
glass for maximum readability.
Keypad
The keypad is illuminated, which makes it possible to operate the handset in dark
environments. While not in use, the keypad should be locked to prevent pressing a key
accidentally.
Clip, Hinge-type
The clip on the back of the handset helps you fasten the handset to a belt or similar.
It is also possible to change the clip to a swivel-type or, if no clip is needed, to replace it
with a covering plate.
Battery
The battery is a rechargeable Li-lon battery placed on the back of the handset.
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Handset Memory
The handset memory contains all personal settings such as phonebook, identity, alert
signal and your defined functions of the Soft keys and Hot keys. All personal settings are
downloaded to the memory when the user logs into the WLAN network. In addition, the
memory holds up to two versions of the firmware.
2.2
Chargers
2.2.1
Desktop Charger for Ascom i75 VoWiFi Handset
Figure 2.
1
4G
7P
2 ABC
HI
5 JK
QR
S
L
8 TU
3 DEF
6 MNO
9 W X YZ
002
0
V
Figure 2. i75 in Desktop Charger.
The Desktop Charger is used for charging your handset, for example at your desk. The
tilted design facilitates the use of handsfree operation, for example in loudspeaking mode.
The charger is delivered with a plug-in power supply and is connected into a wall socket.
2.2.2
USB Programming Device
Similar to the Desktop charger in design, the USB programming device is used to connect
your handset to a computer in order to upgrade the firmware and edit parameters.
2.2.3
Wall Mounted Charging Racks
003
Figure 3.
Figure 3. Example; two charging racks for handsets and one for spare batteries.
Wall mounted charging racks is used for charging handsets and spare batteries. The
charging racks and its power supply are a modular system which enables a number of
installation configurations. Each power supply can support three charging racks with four
positions for handsets, or eight positions for batteries, in each rack (see the Data Sheet for
Charging Rack).
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As the handset cannot distinguish between a Desktop Charger and Charging Rack, it is
recommended that the alert signal is silenced when placed in a rack. It can be set in the
“In charger” profile, see 9.6.2 Change Profile Settings on page 43.
2.3
Icons and Text in the Display
The icons and text in the display indicate functions and settings to which you have access.
The display normally shows date and time, the owner ID and telephone number. The
owner ID can manually be set by the user.
Figure 4.
} Icon row
Menu
Assist
10:36am } Time and date
23654 } User information
Silent
information, i.e. current mode,
} Status
and alarm icons
Doctor
the Soft keys function:
} Shows
User defined in stand-by mode
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Figure 4. Example of a display configuration in stand-by mode.
In stand-by mode the upper row is used for icons. Three rows are used for information.
The first row shows the date and time and the second row is used for user information.
The user information in stand-by mode can be set by the user. The third information row is
used for showing the alarm icons and status of the handset. Examples of status
information are; muted, in charger etc. When there is no status to show the row is empty.
The bottom row (under the line) is the Soft key field. In stand-by mode it shows the user
defined names of the three Soft keys beneath the display. In menu mode where the Soft
keys are used for different choices, it gives you the function of each Soft key. Examples of
functions are; Select, Back, Option, Save etc.
The “Off-hook” icon indicates that your handset is off-hook.
The “Audio signals off” icon is shown when all alert signals,
including ring signal, message tone, key beep etc. are turned off.
High priority messages will however override this setting.
The “Signal strength” icon is always shown in the display in standby mode. The level indicators decreases when the signal strength
becomes weaker.
The “Battery” icon is always shown in the display in stand-by mode.
When the level is low it is time to charge the battery.
The “Loudspeaking on” icon is shown when it is possible to use the
loudspeaking function.
The “Loudspeaking off” icon is shown when the loudspeaker is
activated.
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The “New voice mail” icon appears when a new voice mail exists.
The symbol will remain until all voice mails has been listened to and/
or removed. (Note: This is dependent on voice mail system.)
The “Key lock” icon indicates when your keypad is locked.
The “Padlock” icon indicates that the IP handset has been locked,
and has to be unlocked with a code before it can be used.
The “Headset” icon indicates that a headset is connected to the
handset.
The “No-movement alarm on” icon indicates that the nomovement alarm is activated.
The “Man-down alarm on” icon indicates that the man-down alarm
is activated.
“ABC” indicates that you can type upper case letters and numbers
in text input mode.
“abc” indicates that you can type lower case letters and numbers in
text input mode.
“123” indicates that you can type numbers in text input mode.
The “Incoming call” icon is added in front of incoming calls in the
call list.
The “Outgoing call” icon is added in front of outgoing calls in the
call list.
The “Missed call” icon is added in front of unanswered calls in the
call list
The “Diverted” icon is added in front of the number that the calls
are diverted to.
The “Unread message” icon is added in front of not read messages
in the message list.
The “Read message” icon is added in front of read messages in the
message list.
A “Message continue” icon is shown when the message text
continues above or below the current screen.
The “Interactive message” icon is added in front of not read
interactive messages in the message list.
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The “Read interactive message” icon is added in front of read
interactive messages in the message list.
The “Action required” icon is added in front of messages where an
action is required.
The “New message” icon appears when a new message is received.
The number on the right side of the icon shows the total number of
unread messages. The symbol will remain until the message is
marked as read.
The “Add contact” icon appears on a Soft key when a phone
number is marked in the call list. It indicates that it is possible to add
the phone number to the local phonebook.
The “Get contact from phonebook” icon is visible when it is
possible to get a phone number from the local phonebook, for
example to add it to a function.
Menu Icons:
Icons displayed in Menu mode
Under the icon “Contacts” in the menu mode, you can find the
local and central phone books. See 9.1 Contacts on page 31.
Under the icon “Messages” in the menu mode, you can find the
message list and the menu entry for sending messages.
See 9.2 Messages on page 33.
Under the icon “Call list” in the menu mode, you can find the call
list. See 9.3 Call List on page 35.
Under the icon “Services” in the menu mode, you can select, add,
delete, or change a service function. See 9.4 Services on page 35.
Under the icon “Settings” in the menu mode, you do your handset
settings. See 9.5 Settings on page 37.
Under the icon “Profiles” in the menu mode, you can select a
profile and edit profiles. See 9.6 Profiles on page 42.
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Keys and Buttons
Figure 5.
(message list)
up
right (menu)
(menu) left
005
down
(call list)
Figure 5. Navigation key functions in stand-by mode (default).
2.4.1
Navigation Key
The Navigation key controls the movement of the cursor in the display.
In stand-by mode the Navigation key
is used for entering the Call list, the Navigation
key
for entering the Message list, and the Navigation key
for entering the menu.
In menu mode, the Navigation key (all directions) is used for scrolling, in the submenus the
Navigation key
is used for scrolling through the entries.
Note: These are the default settings for the Navigation key. They can be changed using
the Portable Device Manager.
2.4.2
Off-hook Key
The Off-hook key
2.4.3
is used for connecting calls.
On/Off and On-hook Key
The On/off and On-hook key
handset on and off.
2.4.4
is used for disconnecting calls and for switching the
Soft keys
Figure 6.
Soft keys
006
Default setting
Optional Soft keys defined by
the user.
Max. seven characters can be
used for naming a Soft key
The three Soft keys are located just beneath the display and the function of each Soft key
is indicated by text in the display just above the keys.
In stand-by mode the Soft keys can be used for specific functions defined by the user of
the handset. The function can be to dial a specific telephone number, sending data, a
short-cut to the Menu, or sending a message.
When navigating in menu mode the Soft keys are used for menu choices.
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Note: The Soft key Menu is a default setting but all Soft key settings can be changed by
the user.
2.4.5
Hot keys
Any key “0”–“9” can be set to a Hot key. A Hot key can be programmed to give access to
frequently used functions such as dialling a specific handset number, sending data, a
short-cut to the menu, or sending a message. Note that the possibility to define a Hot key
can be locked by your system administrator.
2.4.6
Volume Button
The Volume button is used for increasing/decreasing the volume. The adjusted volume is
saved in the handset.
2.4.7
Mute Button
The Mute button is used for silencing the audible signals in stand-by mode, silencing the
ring signal at an incoming call, and also to turn off/on the microphone during a call.
2.4.8
Alarm Button
The red Alarm button is used for sending alarms, testing the alarm function (test alarm),
and for calling a predefined number after an alarm.
2.4.9
Alpha Numeric Keys
In some applications you have the possibility to write letters as well as numbers, which is
indicated by the ABC icon. Pressing the numerical keys will now give you access to the
alphabet plus some special characters according to the picture beneath.
Figure 7.
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6 MNO
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Switch between upper
and lower case.
Add pause “P” in
phone numbers.
Space % $ £ ± + =
¿<># ½µ§°¦ 0
Switch between text
and number input mode.
Hold
007
0
In Stand-by Mode
In stand-by mode short presses on the keys enter the digits, and the characters * and #.
A long press on a key “0” - “9” activates the programmed Hot key function.
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In Text Input Mode
In text input mode a press on a key displays the first available character on that specific
key. Press the key repeatedly to view the characters following the first. The marked
character is selected after a time out or when another key is pressed. Press the *-key to
switch between upper case and lower case. Press and hold a key to enter a number in text
input mode, or press repeatedly until the number is shown.
Press and hold the #-key in order to switch between text and number input mode.
In Dialling mode
If a pause is required in a phone number, it is added by making a long press on the *-key.
The pause is indicated with a “P” in the number.
2.5
Accessories
2.5.1
Belt Clip, Swivel-type
The ordinary belt clip can be replaced with a special swivel-type belt clip adapted to firmly
place your handset onto your belt.
2.5.2
Leather Casing
The leather casing is especially designed for the handset. The casing comes with a swiveltype belt clip and the handset is fully operational while placed in the casing.
2.5.3
Headset
A headset is recommended if you frequently use the phone, and/or want to have both
hands free. The handset has a special headset connector that is waterproof. The headset
comes in three versions; with microphone integrated in the cable, with microphone on a
boom, and with hearing protection (Peltor). An adapter, that makes it possible to connect
other standard types of Peltor headsets, is also available.
2.5.4
Security String
The security string is 800 mm long. Fasten one end to the hinge-type belt clip and the
other end to, for example, your pocket.
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Guideline for Safety and Efficiency, i75 VoWiFi Handsets
Before using the Ascom i75 VoWiFi handset, please read this chapter.
For safe and efficient operation of your handset, please observe the guidelines given in
this manual and all necessary safety precautions when using the handset. Follow the
operating instructions and adhere to all warnings and safety precautions located on the
product, the Quick Reference Guide and this User Manual.
Frequency range
Your Ascom i75 VoWiFi handset is a radio transmitter and receiver. When it is on, it
receives and sends out radio frequency (RF) energy. The handset operates in the frequency
range of 2412 – 2462 MHz for Canada and USA and 2412 – 2472 MHz for Europe and
employs commonly used modulation techniques.
Precautions
The user must be aware that privacy of communications may not be ensured when using
this VoWiFi handset.
Do not expose the VoWiFi handset to open flame.
Do not expose the VoWiFi handset and the charger to direct sunlight for long periods.
Keep the handset and charger away from excessive heat and moisture.
Do not allow heavy objects to fall on the VoWiFi handset.
Do not use auxiliary equipment with the VoWiFi handset which is not exclusively
recommended by the manufacturer, see 1.5 Accessories on page 2. The use of any
auxiliary equipment not recommended by the manufacturer may result in fire, electric
shock, or injury, and will void the warranty.
Connect AC (power supply) to the desktop battery charger only to designated power
sources as marked on the product.
Remove the electrical cord from an outlet by pulling gently on the AC adapter, not by
pulling the cord.
Position the electrical cord to the AC power supply where it is least likely to be subjected
to damage or stress.
Remove the battery before cleaning the telephone to reduce risk of electric shock.
Danger: Never alter the AC cord or plug. If the plug will not fit into the outlet, have a
proper outlet installed by a qualified electrician. Improper connection increases the risk of
electric shock.
Do not allow children to play with the product packaging material. Product packaging
material is often small and may present a choking hazard.
Do not allow children to play with your handset. It is not a toy. Children could hurt
themselves or others. Children could also damage the handset.
Chemical resistance
The alpha and numeric characters printed on the exterior of the Ascom i75 VoWiFi
handset have been tested and found resistant to chipping, fading or wearing off when the
telephone is treated with common cleaners and disinfectants or perspiration. The
following chemicals have shown no harmful effect:
• 3% Hydrochloric Acid
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• M-alcohol (70% Methylated Ethanol)
• 60% Chlorhexidin 0.5mg/ml
Note: Acetone can be damaging to the plastic casing of the VoWiFi handset and should
not be used.
Potentially explosive atmospheres
Turn the VoWiFi handset off when in an area with a potentially explosive atmosphere. It is
rare, but the telephone or its accessories could generate sparks. Sparks in such areas could
cause an explosion or fire resulting in bodily injury or even death.
Areas with a potentially explosive atmosphere are often, but not always, clearly marked.
They include fuelling areas, (such as gas stations), below deck on boats, fuel or chemical
transfer or storage facilities, and areas where the air contains chemicals or particles (such
as grain, dust, or metal powders).
Do not transport or store flammable gas, liquid, or explosives in any compartment of a
vehicle which also contains the telephone and accessories.
In the U.S., vehicles powered by liquid petroleum gas (such as propane or butane) must
comply with the National Fire Protection Standard (NFPA-58). For a copy of this standard,
contact the National Fire Protection Association, One Battery march Park, Quince,
Massachusetts 02269, Attention: Publication Sales Division.
Operation procedures
In the U.S, cordless telephones are subject to the rules and regulations of the FCC.
Following these rules will help to eliminate confusion, ensure the most efficient use of the
existing frequencies, and result in a smoothly functioning radio network.
The following offences are punishable by fine, imprisonment, or both:
•
•
•
•
Use of profane, indecent, or obscene language.
Transmission of a false distress signaller call.
Wilful or malicious interference with any other radio communications.
Refusal to yield a channel or radio frequency when informed that it is needed for an
emergency call. Emergency calls have priority over all messages.
• Adjustment of the equipment by anyone other than a qualified licensed technician.
Exposure to radio frequency signals
The Ascom i75 VoWiFi handset is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed and
manufactured not to exceed the emission limit for exposure to radio frequency (RF) energy
set by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) of the U.S. Government and
Canada. These limits are part of comprehensive guidelines and established permitted
levels of RF energy for the general population. These guidelines are based on the safety
standards previously set by both U.S. and international standards bodies.
These standards include a substantial safety margin designed to assure the safety of all
persons, regardless of age and health. The exposure standards for wireless mobile
telephones employs a unit of measure known as the SAR (Specific Absorption Rate).
Tests for SAR are conducted using standard operating positions specified by the FCC with
the telephone transmitting at its highest certified power level in all tested frequency
bands. Although the SAR is determined at the highest certified power level, the actual SAR
level of the telephone while operating can be well below the maximum value. This is
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because the telephone is designed to operate at multiple power levels. The SAR limit set
by the FCC and Canada is 1.6W/kg averaged over one gram of tissue.
Before a telephone model is available for sale to the public, it must be tested and certified
to the FCC that it does not exceed the limit established by government-adopted
requirement for safe exposure. The tests are performed in positions and locations (for
example, at the ear and worn on the body) as required by the FCC for each model.
The highest SAR value for this telephone when tested for normal operation is
0.036 W/kg. While there may be differences between the SAR levels of various
telephones and at various positions, they all meet the government requirement for safe
exposure.
Figure 8.
The highest SAR value for this telephone when tested for body worn operation is
0.117 W/kg. While there may be differences between the SAR levels of various
telephones and at various positions, they all meet the government requirement for safe
exposure.
For body worn operation, to maintain compliance with FCC RF exposure guidelines, use
only Ascom approved accessories. When carrying the handset while it is on, use only the
specific Ascom belt clip that has been tested for compliance.
Use of non-Ascom approved accessories may violate the FCC RF exposure guidelines and
should be avoided.
Most modern electronic equipment (for example, equipment in hospitals and cars) is
shielded from RF energy. However, RF energy from VoWiFi handsets may affect some
electronic equipment.
RF Exposure: This device and its antenna must not be co-located or operating in
conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.
This device has been shown to be capable of compliance for localized specific absorption
rate (SAR) for uncontrolled environment/general population exposure limits specified in
ANSI/IEEE Std. C95.1-1992 and had been tested in accordance with the measurement
procedures specified in FCC/OET Bulletin 65 Supplement C (2001) and IEEE Std. 15282003 December 2003).
The FCC has granted an equipment authorization for the Ascom i75 VoWiFi handset with
all reported SAR levels evaluated as in compliance with the FCC RF emissions guidelines.
SAR information for the Ascom i75 VoWiFi handset is on file at FCC and can be found
under the Display Grant section of https://gullfoss2.fcc.gov/prod/oet/cf/eas/reports/
GenericSearch.cfm after searching on FCC ID BXZKATY.
FCC compliance statements
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.
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for 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, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications.
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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:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Modifications
Modifications not expressly approved by Ascom could void the user's authority to operate
the equipment.
IC requirements for Canada
The Ascom i75 VoWiFi handset is marked with IC:3724B-KATY. The term “IC:” before the
radio certification number signifies that Industry of Canada technical specifications were
met.
Warranty notification
Do not disassemble the VoWiFi handset. Disassembling the handset voids the warranty.
The Ascom i75 VoWiFi handset consists of no consumer serviceable components. Service
should be performed only by Authorized Service center.
Battery care
• Do not leave a battery where it could be subjected to extremely high temperatures,
such as inside a car on a hot day.
• Do not allow the metal contacts on the battery to touch another metal object. This
could short-circuit and damage the battery.
• Do not attempt to take a battery apart.
• Do not expose a battery to an open flame. This could cause the battery to explode.
• Do not charge a battery when the ambient room temperature is above 104ºF or 40ºC
or below 41ºF or 5ºC.
• Do power the Ascom i75 VoWiFi handset off before removing the battery.
Battery disposal
Defective batteries must be returned to a collection point for chemical waste disposal.
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Basic Operation
4.1
Switch the Handset On/Off
On: Press and hold
until the handset begins to start-up.
Off: Press and hold
until the Shut down view opens. Mark “Switch off” and press
“Select”. Switch off is displayed until the handset switches off.
4.2
The Call List
The twenty last received/dialled telephone numbers are stored in a call list. Open the call
list by pressing
, or from the menu, see 9.3 Call List on page 35. If the clock and date
function is set, you will see the time for the call.
4.3
Calling
Note: The headset answering button is active during a call, or when the handset is
ringing. It can also be used to get the line when pre-dialling, See 4.3.3 Pre-dial below.
4.3.1
Answer a Call
The flashing LED, accompanied by a ring signal and/or a vibrating handset, give you notice
of a call. Ring signal and vibrator can be disabled. The calling party’s phone number and/or
name is shown. The name will be shown if the calling party’s phone number is stored in
the local or central phonebook. Press
to answer the call. When a headset is connected
to the handset, the answering button on the headset can be used to answer the call.
You can also set other answering methods in the Profiles settings. The answering methods
are Ordinary, Auto, Loud, and Auto loud. See 9.6 Profiles on page 42 for more
information.
When “Quick Answer” is enabled, an incoming call to a handset placed in the Desktop
Charger will be answered automatically when the handset is lifted out of the charger.
Quick Answer is enabled/disabled in the Settings menu; see 9.5.16 Enable/Disable Quick
Answer on page 41.
4.3.2
End a Call
Press . When a headset is connected to the handset, the button on the headset can be
used to end the call. All connected calls are ended. The total call time is shown in the
display.
4.3.3
Pre-dial
Enter the number and press
to get the line. The number is shown on the display while
dialling. If needed, you can press “Cancel” to return to the stand-by mode. By using
it is possible to step through a number and add/delete digits.
If a pause is required in the number, it is added by making a long press on the *-key. The
pause is indicated with a “P” in the number.
4.3.4
Post-dial
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Dial Using a Pre-programmed Hot key or Soft key
A Hot key or Soft key can be programmed with a telephone number. Press the preprogrammed Hot key or Soft key. The call will automatically be connected.
4.3.6
Dial a Number from the Call list
Enter the call list with
, or from the menu. Select a number and press
.
The number in the call list can be edited before the call is started. Press “Options”, then
select “Edit before call”, press “Select”, make the changes and press .
4.3.7
Dial a Number from a Message
You can dial a number included in a received message by pressing . The first number
with three or more digits in the message is dialled. If the message is stored in the message
list, open the list by pressing
. Select the message and press .
4.3.8
Dial a Number from the Local Phonebook
Press the “Menu” Soft key and select “Contacts”. Select “Local Phonebook”. A name list
is shown. Select the desired entry. Press
to make the call.
4.3.9
Dial a Number from the Central Phonebook
Press the “Menu” Soft key and select “Contacts”. Mark “Central Phonebook” and press
“Search”; Find:_ is shown. Enter the first characters in the name and press “Search”. A list
of matching names will be displayed. You can step to the next name in alphabetic order by
pressing
. Select desired name in the list and press
to make the call.
4.4
Start a New Call during Conversation
Press the “Options” Soft key during the call, and mark “New call”. Dial the number and
press . Switch between the connected calls by pressing “Options” and selecting
“switch”.
4.5
Transfer a Call/Retrieve the Call
During a call, dial the number to the person you want to transfer the call to, and press
.
In case the person you are trying to transfer the call to is not answering, you can take back
the call by pressing
and then “Options”. Mark “Retrieve:........” and press “Select”.
4.6
“Blind” Transfer
Press “Options” during the call, mark “Transfer to new call” and press “Select”. Dial the
number to the person you want to transfer the call to. Press
to transfer the call. In this
case the call cannot be retrieved.
4.7
Turn Off Alert Signals at an Incoming Call
Press the Mute button before answering the call. All alert signals, including the vibrator,
will become silent for that specific call.
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Put a Call on Hold/Retrieve the Call
To put a call on hold, press “Options” during the call, mark “Hold: (No.)” and press
“Select”. The call is put on hold and the text On hold (No.) is shown in the display.
To retrieve the call, press “Options” again and mark “Retrieve”. The call is retrieved and
the text disappears from the display.
4.9
Turn the Mute Mode Off/On during a Call
A press on the Mute button disconnects/connects the microphone. The text Muted is
shown in the display when the microphone is off during a call.
4.10 Loudspeaking Function
How you activate the loudspeaking function is dependent of the choice of answering
method. An incoming call can be connected with loudspeaking function active by pressing
the middle Soft key. During a call, a press on the middle Soft key activates the
loudspeaking function. Press the middle Soft key again to turn it off.
You can also activate this function by selecting another answering method, see 9.6.4
Choose the Profile’s Answering method on page 43. For the loudspeaking function you
have three choices in the menu:
• Ordinary/Auto. The loudspeaking function is turned on when the middle Soft key is
pressed.
• Loud. A call is connected with the loudspeaking function turned on when
is
pressed.
• Auto loud. An incoming call is automatically connected after 2 signals with the
loudspeaking function turned on. If the call is answered before two signals have
sounded, the loudspeaking function will not be turned on automatically.
4.11 Increase/Decrease the Speaker Volume during a Call
Press the upper part of the Volume button to increase the volume and press the lower part
to decrease the volume.
4.12 Turn Audible Signals On/Off
In stand-by mode a long press on the Mute button changes between audible signals on/
off and the icon appears/disappears. The “Audio signal off” icon indicates a completely
silenced handset. Only highest priority messages will override this silent mode.
4.13 Unlock/Lock the Keypad
The Locked keypad icon indicates a locked keypad. Press *-key and then press ”Unlock”
to unlock the keypad. Press *-key and then press “Lock” to lock the keypad.
The keypad can also be locked automatically, see 9.5.15 Turn On/Off Automatic Keypad
Lock on page 41 for more information.
Note: If a phone lock code has been set, the keypad will not be locked; instead the entire
handset will be locked, requiring you to enter the lock code to unlock it. See 4.14 Lock/
Unlock the Handset on page 18.
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4.14 Lock/Unlock the Handset
You can protect your IP handset from being used by others by locking it automatically
when placed in a charger or switched off. The handset can only be unlocked with a 1 to 4
digit code. When the handset is locked, it is still possible to send all types of alarms.
The code is set in the handset’s memory and can be changed from the handset, see 9.5.13
Change the Lock Code1 on page 40. The handset can also be locked manually, see 9.5.12
Lock the Handset Manually on page 40.
4.15 Shared Phone
The feature shared phone allows more than one user to use a handset. All parameters and
settings that are set in the PDM are loaded to the handset upon logon. Parameters that
are changed in the handset by a logged in user are stored in the PDM. The message and
call lists are deleted when a new user logs on to the handset.
The handsets are configured to be shared using the PDM. When a handset is configured
to be a shared phone it can be used by any shared phone user in the system. The user
profile must have the “personal phone” parameter set to false. If the user is configured as
personal (i.e. not shared) the handset will become a personal phone upon first log on.
4.15.1 Logging On/Off
Log on to the handset following the steps below:
1
Turn on the handset.
2
Enter the username.
3
Enter the password, navigate using the
4
Press “Log on”.
keys.
To log off:
1
Long press on-hook.
2
Select log off or switch off.
Note: Upon start-up, if the handset does not find the WLAN a “No System” screen is
shown. If the handset does not receive an IP address from the system a “No Access”
screen is shown.
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Messaging
5.1
Message List
The twenty last received messages are stored in a message list, if the total number of data
characters does not exceed 20 000.
5.1.1
Display and Scroll between Messages
All received messages are saved in the message list. Press
to enter the message list. Use
to scroll the list. Only one row per message is displayed. Press “Open” to see the
whole message. The identity of the sending handset, and time and date when the
message was received, is shown.
5.1.2
Read a Stored Message
Open the message list by pressing
, or from the menu, see 9.2 Messages on page 33.
Navigate in the list with
. The selected message is marked. Press “Select” to read
the message. The time and date for the selected message are displayed.
5.2
Basic Message Handling
5.2.1
Receive a Message
A flashing LED, accompanied by a message tone and/or a vibrating handset, gives you
notice of a message. The message tone can be silenced by a press on the Mute button. If
the handset is set in silent mode, the message tone will break trough if the message is
urgent.
The message will be displayed for a preset period of time. The message will be marked as
read if “Close” is pressed, or if a “Reply” is sent.
The text size can be changed, see 9.5.11 Change Text Size in Messages on page 40, and
the message can also be displayed upside down, see 9.5.17 Set New Messages to be
Displayed Upside down on page 41.
5.2.2
Receive a Message during a Call
During a connected call a new message is indicated by a beep. The characteristics of the
beep is the same as the message tone.
The new message is displayed without disconnecting the call, but depending on
parameter settings in the handset, an urgent message can be permitted to disconnect the
call.
5.2.3
Receive a Message with Request for Answer
A message with request for answer is indicated and viewed the same way as an ordinary
message, see 5.2.1 Receive a Message on page 19, but the text “Acknowledge” is added
to the message. Use the Soft keys to do a positive or negative acknowledgement.
Accept/Reject the message
Press “Accept” or “Reject”. In the message list an acknowledged message is indicated by
the text Accepted or Rejected.
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Note: The option “Delete” is not available for a message with request for answer; a
message that has not been acknowledged can only be deleted from within the message
list.
5.2.4
Delete a Message
Delete a received Message
Press the “Delete” when the message is displayed or marked in the Message list. The
question Delete message? is shown; press “Yes”.
Delete a Message stored in the Message list
Open the message list by pressing
, or from the menu, see 9.2 Messages on page 33.
Navigate in the list with
. The selected message is marked. Press “Delete”. The
question Delete message? is shown; press “Yes”.
5.3
Messaging between Handsets
Messages from one handset to another is done from the menu entry “Messages”. It is also
possible to assign a Soft/Hot key or Service to “Send message”; see 9.5.8 Edit a Soft key
on page 39 or 9.4.3 Edit a Service on page 36.
A Soft/Hot key can be programmed to “send message” either to a predefined address or
to any address in the system. The handset will ask for destination address if it is not
predefined.
A Service can be programmed without a destination address and you will then be able to
use it for sending messages to any handset within the system.
An incoming message is immediately displayed and the identity of the sending handset is
shown on a separate row. Sending messages is a system dependent function.
5.3.1
Send a Message to another Handset
Press the Menu Soft key, mark “Messages” and press “Select”. Mark “Send message”
and press “Select”. Enter the destination address or fetch it from the Local phonebook by
pressing the Soft key with the Contacts icon; press “Select”. If the address is not entered,
an error message will be displayed. Enter text and press “Send”. Sending will be displayed
as a confirmation of the transfer.
5.4
Send a Message to a predefined Destination Address
Predefined destination addresses can be set for a Hot key, a Soft key or for a Service. See
9.5.9 Edit a Hot key on page 39, 9.5.8 Edit a Soft key on page 39 or 9.4.2 Create a new
Service on page 36.
Press the Soft key, or press and hold the Hot key, or select the Service. Enter text and press
“Send”. Sending will be displayed as a confirmation of the transfer.
5.5
Interactive Messaging
Interactive Messaging (IM) is a function that extends basic messaging. It makes it possible
for a user of a handset to access information from a client application in the system.
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An example can be a customized application that can be accessed from the handset. A list
of actions can be included in the message sent from the application to the handset. Data
sent from the handset can initiate the application to send the interactive message, see 5.7
Send Data from the Handset on page 21. The user can then select one action from the list.
The action can be sending a message back to the application, and/or dialling a specific
number etc.
An IM is indicated and viewed the same way as an ordinary message, see 5.2.1 Receive a
Message on page 19, but the Interactive message icon is added in front of the message. It
is saved along with other messages in the message list.
Interactive Messaging is a system dependent function.
5.5.1
Interactive Messages with Function Keys
If there are function keys specified in an Interactive Message, they will be mapped to the
Soft keys and the alphanumeric keys. Function Key ID (A) will be mapped to the left Soft
key, Function Key ID (B) will be mapped to the middle Soft key, and Function Key ID (C) will
be mapped to the right Soft key. Function key IDs (0)–(9) will be mapped to the
corresponding alphanumeric keys.
5.5.2
Interactive Messages without Function Keys
Open an Interactive Message (IM) the same way as an ordinary message. If the IM gives
you several options, mark the one you want and press “Select”. If the selected option
requests input, enter the information needed and press “Select”.
A long press on the “#- key” will change to digit input mode to facilitate entering
numbers.
5.5.3
Multilayer Interactive Messaging
Interactive messages can have multiple layers. A multilayer message have different options
defined for the soft keys. When a soft key is pressed and an option is selected new options
are defined for the soft keys depending on the previous selection.
It is the soft key options that are changed, the text message is unchanged.
5.6
Voice Mail
5.6.1
Receive a Voice Mail
A ring signal and the New voice mail icon in the display indicate that a new voice mail has
arrived. You can listen to voice mail by selecting the “Voice mail” entry in the “Messages”
menu.
5.7
Send Data from the Handset
5.7.1
Data Send
It is possible to send user entered data from the handset by pressing a pre-programmed
Hot key or Soft key, or selecting a Service. “Data send” can be used for opening a door,
starting/stopping a machine etc. The data can either be predefined, or entered after the
Hot key/Soft key is pressed or Service is selected.
The data can be predefined when programming the Soft/Hot key or Service, see 9.5.8 Edit
a Soft key on page 39 or 9.4.3 Edit a Service on page 36.
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Send Data with a Prefix
Data with a prefix is sent from the handset by pressing a pre-programmed Hot key or Soft
key or selecting a Service. Data with prefix can be used to send information to an
application in the system. The prefix is predefined by the user when programming the Hot/
Soft key or Service, see 9.5.8 Edit a Soft key on page 39 or 9.4.3 Edit a Service on page
36. The data is entered after the Hot key/Soft key is pressed or Service is selected.
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Alarm Operation
6.1
Acoustic Localisation Signal
A parameter in the handset determines whether or not an Acoustic Localisation Signal
(ALS) should sound after an alarm. The ALS is silenced by pressing the Mute button.
6.2
Push-button Alarm
Press the red alarm button twice within two seconds to activate the alarm. An information
text, by default “Personal Alarm”, is displayed. The alarm is sent to the alarm central that
distributes it further. After that the handset returns to stand-by mode. Note that you can
always trigger the alarm when you are speaking, editing your settings, or while the phone
is locked.
Note: The information text can be changed using a parameter in the handset.
6.3
Test Alarm
Press and hold the red alarm button until the information text is displayed, default Test
Alarm.
6.4
No-movement Alarm
Note: The No-movement alarm requires that the licence option is made available in the
handset. For information on how to add a licence, see A.2 Add an Alarm Licence on page
54.
You can activate/deactivate the alarm function in the menu, see 9.5.6 Deactivate/Activate
No-movement alarm on page 38, or by programming a Soft/Hot key as a short-cut to the
function, see 9.5.8 Edit a Soft key on page 39. The Soft/Hot key changes the state of the
alarm, i.e. if it is deactivated it will be activated and vice verse. Press the Soft key, or press
and hold the Hot key, to put the alarm in or out of operation, respectively.
The No-movement alarm on icon on your display is an indication that the No-movement
alarm is in operation.
Send No-movement alarm
The No-movement alarm will go off when you have not moved within a preset period of
time (default 30 seconds). Before the alarm is activated a warning signal sounds and the
No-movement on icon starts to flash. If you do not cancel the alarm by pressing a key, the
alarm is sent and No-movement alarm is shown in the display.
Activate No-movement alarm after sending
When a No-movement alarm has been sent, it is made active again by pressing a key or by
moving the handset.
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Man-down Alarm
Note: The Man-down alarm requires that the licence option is made available in the
handset. For information on how to add a licence, see A.2 Add an Alarm Licence on page
54.
You can activate/deactivate the alarm function in the menu, see 9.5.7 Deactivate/Activate
Man-down alarm1 on page 38, or by programming a Soft/Hot key as a short-cut to the
function, see 9.5.8 Edit a Soft key on page 39. The Soft/Hot key changes the state of the
alarm, i.e. if it is deactivated it will be activated and vice verse. Press the Soft key, or press
and hold the Hot key, to put the alarm in or out of operation, respectively.
The Man-down alarm on icon on your display is an indication that the Man-down alarm is
in operation.
Send Man-down alarm
The Man-down alarm will go off when the handset is tilted more than 45º for a preset
period of time (default 30 seconds), for example if you fall. Before the alarm is activated a
warning signal sounds and the Man-down alarm on icon starts to flash. If you do not
cancel the alarm by pressing a key, it is sent and Man-down alarm is shown in the display.
Activate Man-down alarm after sending
When the man-down alarm has been sent, it is made active again by moving the handset
to upright position or pressing a key.
6.5.1
Delay Time for No-movement and Man-down Alarms Warning Signal
By setting a parameter, the time before the warning for no-movement and man-down
alarms can be delayed for ten minutes, i.e. no-movement and man-down will not be
detected during the time period. When the warning signal sounds, press the Mute button
to delay the time to next warning for up to ten minutes.
6.6
Alarm with Data
Additional data for example a location code, can be sent along with an alarm. The data
must manually be defined and stored by the user via the menu. This is a system dependent
function.
6.7
Automatic Call after an Alarm
The handset can be programmed to call a predefined telephone number directly after an
alarm. Each alarm type in the handset must be programmed with the specific telephone
number. It can be any external or internal telephone number but also a pre-defined group
of handsets.
This is a system dependent function that also require a parameter setting in the IP handset.
Note: An ongoing call will be disconnected and an incoming call will be rejected, unless it
is an alarm call, when the alarm is transmitted. Then the telephone number associated
with the alarm will be dialled.
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Automatic Alarm after Emergency Call
A parameter can be set to automatically send an alarm after you have called the
emergency number.
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Navigate the Menu
The choices in the main menu is displayed graphically with symbols, while the alternatives
in the submenus are displayed as a list.
Figure 9.
Text in the bottom row
of the display explains
the function of each Soft key.
Navigation key
008
Soft keys
Figure 6. The main menu and the keys used for navigating.
7.1
Enter/Exit the Menu Mode
The three Soft keys located just beneath the display are used for choices in the menu.The
bottom row in the display is the Soft key field and the text gives you the function of each
Soft key. Examples of functions are; Select, Back, Exit, Cancel, Save, Delete, Options, Yes,
No etc.
1
Enter the menu by pressing the “Menu” Soft key, or the Navigation key
2
Use the Navigation key to choose icon and press “Select” to open its corresponding
submenu; a heading is shown and the first alternative is marked.
Use
“Select”.
or
.
to step through the alternatives, and select an alternative by pressing
Figure 10.
Contacts
Select
Back
009
Local phonebook
Central phonebook
Figure 7. The Contacts submenu.
When you are in the Menu mode and have entered a submenu, a press on “Back”
takes you back one step.
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Return to stand-by mode by pressing and holding the “Back” Soft key or by a press
on the
button. You can also step back to stand-by mode by short presses on the
“Back/Exit” Soft key.
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8.1
Contacts
Figure 11.
• Local phonebook
Entry 1
Entry 2
Details
(Name: .... Number: ....)
Add, Delete, Edit,
Search, Delete all,
Send Msg
Options
Entry 100
• Central phonebook
Entry X
Details
(Name: .... Number: ....)
Search, Add to
phonebook,
Send Msg,
Clear result
010
Options
8.2
Messages
Figure 12.
• Message list
Message 1
Message 2
Message (time/date)
Message 20
8.3
Message address: ...... (enter manually, or get it
from the
)
• Voice mail (Listen)
Message text: ......
011
• Send message
Call List
Figure 13.
(Add to phonebook)
Options
• Call 20 (date/time)
8.4
Edit befor call, Add to phonebook,
Call, Delete, Delete all
012
• Call 1 (date/time)
• Call 2 (date/time)
Services
Figure 14.
• Service 1
• Service 2
Select
Options
Change
Delete
Add service
Name: .....
Function:
1
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Data send
Data with prefix
Phone call
Send message
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• Service 10
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Settings
Figure 15.
• Alert signals
Ring signals
Vibrator (on/off)
Key beep (on/off)
• Audio volumes
Speaker:
Handsfree:
Headset:
Internal call:
External call:
Callback:
No-movement (on/off)
Man-down (on/off)
• Soft key
Left:
Middle:
Right:
• General
0,1,2....9
Data send
Data with prefix
Phone call
Short-cut
1
Send message
Change profile
Not used
Language
(English, etc)
Text size
Small
Medium
Phone lock
Lock phone
Set lock code
Time & Date
Name: .....
Function:
Time format
12/24 hour
Date format
YYYY-MM-DD
YYMMDD
DD-MM-YYYY
MM/DD/YYYY
DD/MM/YYYY
DD.MM.YYYY
Month DD
Auto key lock (on/off)
Quick answer (on/off)
New message rotated (on/off)
Owner ID
• System
Select system
System A, B,.....D
Information
ESSID, IP and MAC address,
SW version, Licences
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Beep
Low
Medium
High
Mixed
.........Level 10
Level 1
• Alarm settings
• Hot key
...........Level 5
Silent
Absent
Local phonebook
Central phonebook
Services
No-movement
Man-down alarm
Edit alarm data
Demo Mess 1
Demo Mess 2
RSSI
Menu
Link stat
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Profiles
Figure 16.
Select
• Normal
• In charger
Ring Volume
(Delete)*
Options
• Profile 2
Edit
Add new profile
Ring signals
(Silent, level 1,2..5, )
Internal call:
External call:
Callback:
• Profile 3
Beep
Low
Medium
High
Mixed
Vibrator (on/off)
Key beep (on/off)
• Profile 4
Alarm settings
No-movement (on/off)
Man down (on/off)
Absent (on/off)
Soft key**
Name:........
Ordinary
Auto
Loud
Auto loud
Left (Name/Function)
Middle
Right
Call Diversions All calls
On busy
No answer
Divert to No.: .....
* Not applicable for the Normal, and In charger profiles
** See Soft key settings in the "Settings" submenu
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Customizing the Menu Tree
The menu tree can be customized by hiding some of the available functions. Which
functions that should be hidden are decided with settings in the handset memory. The
following functions can be hidden.
Deletion of messages:
The options delete and delete all are hidden.
Administration of Local phonebook: It is not possible to add new entries, or edit and
delete existing entries.
Editing profiles:
The settings for the profiles cannot be altered.
Changing profiles:
The option select is hidden, i.e. it is not possible to
change profiles from the menu.
Administration of Services:
It is not possible to add new services, or edit and
delete existing services.
Changing Alert Signals:
The Alert Signals alternative in the menu is hidden.
Changing Alarm Settings:
The Alarm Settings alternative in the menu is hidden.
Administration of Soft keys:
The Soft key alternative in the menu is hidden.
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Administration of Hot keys:
The Hot key alternative in the menu is hidden.
Editing Hot keys:
The option edit is hidden. It is possible to see the
settings for the Hot keys.
Changing General Settings:
The General Settings alternative in the menu is
hidden.
Handling Phone Lock:
The Phone lock alternative in the menu is hidden.
Selecting System
1
View Information
1
Central Phonebook address
1
The Select system alternative in the menu is hidden.
The Information alternative in the menu is hidden.
When an address to the central phonebook is
specified, the alternative Central Phonebook will
appear in the Phonebook menu and the short-cuts
list. At delivery the address is set to 999999.
If all these alternatives are hidden the System alternative in the menu will be hidden.
Each profile in the menu can be hidden individually. This makes it possible to remove
profiles that are not used from the menu. Note that it is still possible to change to the
hidden profiles with help of Soft keys and Hot keys. See 9.5.8 Edit a Soft key on page 39,
and 9.5.9 Edit a Hot key on page 39, for more information.
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Menu Operation
Changes made from the menu are by default saved, but a handset parameter determines
if changes are to be saved or not. If this parameter is set to not save, then all changes will
be discarded when the handset is restarted.
9.1
Contacts
1
Enter the menu by pressing the “Menu” Soft key, or the Navigation key
the Contacts icon is marked.
or
2
Press “Select”. The alternatives in Contacts are Local phonebook and Central
phonebook.
;
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Figure 17.
Figure 8. The Contacts icon is marked.
9.1.1
Find an Entry in the Local Phonebook
1
Mark the “Contacts” icon and press “Select”; Local phonebook is marked.
2
Press “Search”; Find: will appear.
3
Enter the first letter in the name or the whole name. Press “Search”. The first name
corresponding to your search will appear.
4
Use
to scroll through the entries. Note that the entries sorting order might
change depending on the selected handset language.
Note: The search function is not accessible if the Local phonebook is empty.
9.1.2
View an Entry in the Local Phonebook
1
Mark the “Contacts” icon and press “Select”.
2
Mark “Local phonebook” and press “Select”. The first entry is marked.
3
Use
4
Press “Details” to view the entry; the name and number will appear.
5
Use
to view the next entry in the list. Press “Back” to step back. Note that
the entries sorting order might change depending on the selected handset
language.
9.1.3
to scroll through the list.
Add an Entry to the Local Phonebook
1
Mark the Contacts icon and press “Select”.
2
Mark “Local phonebook” and press “Select”.
3
Press “Add”; Name:_ and Number:_ will appear. The handset is in text input mode
and the name can now be added.
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Note: If one or more contacts already have been added, you will have to press “Options”
first, then mark “Add” and press “Select”.
4
Enter the name.
Change between upper and lower case characters by pressing the *- key on the
keypad. Change between character and digit input mode by pressing and holding
the #-key. You can delete the character/digit to the left of the cursor by pressing
“Clear”. Press and hold “Clear” to delete several characters one at a time.
5
Press
and enter the number.
A pause can be added to the number by making a long press on the *-key. The
pause is indicated with a “P” in the number.
By using
and
it is possible to step back and forth in a name/number and add/
delete a character/digit in the middle of it.
6
9.1.4
Press “Save”; Entry saved is shown. The handset will automatically return to the
local phonebook.
Delete an Entry in the Local Phonebook
1
Mark the Contacts icon and press “Select”.
2
Mark the “Local phonebook” and press “Select”. The first entry is marked.
3
Scroll through the list and mark the name you want to delete. Press “Options”; Add
is marked.
4
Scroll through the list and mark “Delete:”. Press “Select”; the question Delete
entry? will appear. Press “Yes” (“No” will take you back to the local phonebook);
Entry deleted is shown. The handset will automatically return to the local
phonebook.
Delete when Viewing or after Searching the Entry
1
View or search for an entry by using the instructions in 9.1.2 View an Entry in the
Local Phonebook on page 31 or 9.1.1 Find an Entry in the Local Phonebook on
page 31.
2
Press “Options” and mark “Delete:”.
3
Press “Select”; the question Delete entry? will appear. Press “Yes” (“No” will take
you back to the local phonebook); Entry deleted is shown. The handset will
automatically return to the local phonebook.
9.1.5
Edit an Entry in the Local Phonebook
1
Find or view the entry using the instructions in 9.1.2 View an Entry in the Local
Phonebook or 9.1.1 Find an Entry in the Local Phonebook.
2
Press “Options”; Add is marked.
3
Scroll through the list and mark “Edit:”. Press “Select”
4
First edit the name. Change between upper and lower case characters by pressing
the *-key on the keypad. Change between character and digit input mode by
pressing and holding the #-key. The middle Soft key is used as a Clear (C) button.
5
Press
6
Press “Ok”; Entry saved is shown. The handset will automatically return to the local
phonebook and the saved entry is marked.
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and add/delete a character/digit in the middle of it.
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1
Mark the Contacts icon and press “Select”.
2
Mark “Central phonebook”. Press “Search”; Find:_ will appear.
3
Enter a name or number.
4
Press “Search”. For more information about how to search in the Central phone
book, see Installation and Operation Manual Phonebook Service, TD 92360GB.
The search result is presented. The handset will remember the search result until it is
overwritten by a new search result or manually cleared from the handset. This
means that the next time the Central phonebook is selected, the latest search result
is opened.
9.1.7
Delete the Central Phonebook Search Result
1
Mark the Contacts icon and press “Select”. The search result is presented.
2
Press “Options”.
3
Mark “Clear result” and press “Select”
4
Press “Yes”. Search result cleared is shown.
9.1.8
Add an Entry from the Search Result to the Local Phonebook
1
Mark the Contacts icon and press “Select”.
2
Mark “Central phonebook” and press “Select”.
3
Search for the entry If no search result exists, see 9.1.6 Find an Entry in the Central
Phonebook.
4
Mark desired entry.
5
Either press “Options”, mark “Add to phonebook: ..” and press “Select”,
or press “Details” and “
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9.2
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Press “Save”. Entry saved is shown.
Send a Message to an Entry in Contacts
1
Select Local phonebook or Central phonebook, see 9.1.1 Find an Entry in the Local
Phonebook or 9.1.6 Find an Entry in the Central Phonebook.
2
Mark desired entry and press “Options”.
3
Mark “Send msg” and press “Select”.
4
Enter message text and press “Send”. Sending.. is shown.
Messages
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Select the Message icon and press the Soft key “Select” to enter the Messages
submenu.
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Figure 18.
Figure 9. The Messages icon is marked.
9.2.1
Message List
1
Mark the “Message list” and press “Select”.
Figure 19.
Messages
Select
Back
017
Message list
Send message
Figure 10. Messages is selected and the Message list in the submenu is marked.
All received messages in the Message list are shown. The messages are either
marked as read or unread.
2
Mark the desired message.
3
Press “Open” to view the whole message. The date and time it was received is
shown.
4
Press “Close” to return to the message list.
Send a reply on the message
1
Open the desired message, see 9.2.1 Message List on page 34, and press “Reply”.
2
Enter text and press “Send”.
Delete the message
1
Open the desired message, see 9.2.1 Message List on page 34, and press “Delete”;
the question Delete message? will appear.
2
Press “Yes”. The handset will automatically return to the message list.
Delete all Messages
1
Mark the desired message in the list, see 9.2.1 Message List on page 34, and press
“Options”.
2
Mark “Delete all” and press “Select”; the question Delete all messages? will
appear.
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Press “Yes” (“No” will take you back to the Message list); All messages deleted is
shown and after one second you will automatically be back in stand-by mode.
Call List
1
Enter the menu by pressing the “Menu” Soft key, or the Navigation key
or
.
2
Mark the Call list icon and press “select” (this is the same call list that is reached by
pressing
in stand-by mode).
019
Figure 20.
Figure 11. The Call list icon is marked.
3
In the call list, toggle between name and number by pressing
9.3.1
Save a Number from the Call List to the Local Phonebook
..
1
Mark the Call list icon and press “Select”. The first number in the list is marked.
2
Press the Soft key with the “
” icon. The number is added and you only
have to enter the name. Change between upper case and lower case characters by
pressing the *-key on the keypad. Change between character and digit input mode
by pressing and holding the #-key. The middle Soft key is used as a Clear button.
3
Press “Save”; “Entry saved” is shown. The handset will automatically return to the
Call list.
9.3.2
Delete a Number in the Call List
1
Mark the Call list icon and press “Select” (this is the same Call list that is reached by
pressing
in stand-by mode). The first number in the list is marked.
2
Mark the number you want to delete. Press “Options”; Edit before call is marked.
Scroll down to “Delete”; Press “Select”. The handset will automatically return to
the Call list.
9.3.3
9.4
or
Delete All Numbers in the Call List
1
Mark the Call list icon and press “Select” to enter Call list (this is the same Call list
that is reached by pressing
in stand-by mode). The first number in the list is
marked.
2
Press “Options”; Edit before call is marked. Mark “Delete all”. Press “Select”; the
question Delete all numbers? is shown.
3
Press “Yes” (“No” will take you back one step); “All numbers deleted” is shown.
The handset will automatically return to stand-by mode.
Services
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Mark the Services icon. Press “Select”; a list with all created Services is shown.
021
Figure 21.
Figure 12. The Services icon is marked.
9.4.1
Activate a Service
1
Mark the Services icon and press “Select”.
2
Mark the Service you want to activate. Press “Select”; the service will be activated.
• If predefined data is sent, the text Sending... is shown. The handset will
automatically return to the list and the selected service is marked.
• If data with prefix is to be sent; enter the data and press “Send”. The text
Sending... is shown and the handset will automatically return to menu mode.
• If a phone call is to be made the phone number will be dialled.
• If a message is to be sent; enter the message address (may be predefined), press
“Ok”, enter message text and press “Send”. The text Sending... is shown and
the handset will automatically return to menu mode.
9.4.2
Create a new Service
1
Mark the Services icon and press “Select”.
2
Press “Add”; Name:_ will appear. The handset is in text input mode and the name
can now be added.
Note: If services already have been created, you will have to press “Options” first, then
select “Add service” and press “Select”.
3
Enter a name that describes the service you want to add, for example, if you want
this service to open a door, then name it Open door.
4
Press “Save”; the new name is marked and added to the list.
5
Select “Function:Not used”.
6
Press “Select” to enter functions. The functions available are; Data send, Data with
prefix, Phone call, and Send message.
7
Choose the function you want the service to have and press “Select”.
8
Dependant on the function you have chosen, enter data, prefix, phone number, or
message address (if you want a predefined address), and press “Select” to save the
setting. The handset will automatically return to the service and the function is
marked.
9.4.3
Edit a Service
1
Mark the Services icon and press “Select”. A list with all Services is shown.
2
Mark the one you want to edit. Press “Options” and select “Change:”.
3
Press “Select”.
4
Mark “Name:” and press “Edit”. Change the name and press “Save”.
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Mark Function:” and press “Select”.
6
Choose a function and press “Select”. Enter data, prefix, phone number, or text
message address and text; press “Save”. The handset will automatically return to
the Service and the function is marked.
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1
Mark the Services icon and press “Select”. A list with all Services is shown.
2
Mark the one you want to delete. Press “Options”.
3
Mark “Delete:”; the question “Delete service?” is shown. Press “Yes”; “Service
deleted” is shown for 1 second. The handset will automatically return to the list and
the next Service is marked.
Settings
1
Enter the menu by pressing the “Menu” Soft key, or the Navigation key
2
Mark the Settings icon and press “Select”.
or
.
022
Figure 22.
Figure 13. The Settings icon is marked.
The alternatives in Settings are; Alert signals, Audio volumes, Alarm settings, Soft key,
Hot key, General, and System.
• In Alert signals you can change your settings for all audible signals and the vibrator.
• In Audio volumes you can change your settings for the speaker volume, the
loudspeaker volume and the headset volume.
• In Alarm settings you can turn No-movement and Man-down alarm on and off.
• In Soft key and Hot key you can assign the Soft/Hot key a function.
• In General you can change the following settings: Language, Text size, Phone lock,
Time & date, Auto key lock, Quick answer, New message rotated, and Owner ID.
• In System you can select system and get information about the handset.
9.5.1
Change the Ring Volume
1
Mark the Settings icon and press “Select”.
2
Mark “Alert signals” and press “Select”.
3
Mark “Ring volume:” and press “Select”. Mark the desired volume level by using
the Navigation key or . You have six available alternatives; Level 1 to 5, or
Silent.
If you want to hear the volume level during the changing, press “Play”. Press
“Stop” to stop the sound.
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Activate your choice by pressing “Select”; the selected volume is shown. The
handset will automatically return to the Alert signals list and the volume is marked.
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1
Mark the Settings icon and press “Select”.
2
Mark “Alert signals” and press “Select”.
3
Mark “Ring signals” and press “Select”. You can change the ring signal for
Internal call, External call, or Callback.
4
Mark the desired ring signal; press “Change”.
5
Choose the desired signal. Available alternatives are Beep, Low, Medium, High, and
Mixed.
If you want to hear the new signal, press “Play”. Press “Stop” to stop the sound.
6
9.5.3
Activate your choice by pressing “Select”; the selected Ring signal is shown. The
handset will automatically return to the Ring signals list and the changed Ring
signal is marked.
Change the Speaker, Loudspeaker or Headset Volume
1
Mark the Settings icon and press “Select”.
2
Mark “Audio volumes” and press “Select”.
3
Mark “Speaker volume”, “Loudspeaker volume”, or “Headset volume” and press
“Select”.
1
Mark the desired volume level by using the Navigation key
available alternatives; Level 1 to 10.
2
Activate your choice by pressing “Select”; the selected volume is shown.
9.5.4
or
. You have ten
Vibrator On/Off
1
Mark the Settings icon and press “Select”.
2
Mark “Alert signals” and press “Select”.
3
Mark “Vibrator” and press “Change”; the Vibrator checkbox is selected/cleared.
9.5.5
Key Beep On/Off
1
Mark the Settings icon and press “Select”.
2
Mark “Alert signals” and press “Select”.
3
Mark “Key beep” and press “Change”; the Key beep checkbox is selected/cleared.
9.5.6
Deactivate/Activate No-movement alarm1
1
Mark the Settings icon and press “Select”.
2
Mark “Alarm setting” and press “Select”.
3
Mark “No-movement” and press “Change”; the No-movement checkbox is
selected/cleared.
9.5.7
Deactivate/Activate Man-down alarm1
1
Mark the Settings icon and press “Select”.
2
Mark “Alarm setting” and press “Select”.
1.Requires an Alarm License and an i75 Handset equipped with the alarm option. For
information on how to add a licence, and how to activate the alarms in the PDM, see A.2 Add an
Alarm Licence on page 54.
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Mark “Man-down” and press “Change”; the Man-down checkbox is selected/
cleared.
Edit a Soft key
Figure 23.
Soft key
Change
Back
023
Left:Menu
Middle: Message
Right: Not used
1
Mark the Settings icon and press “Select”.
2
Mark “Soft key” and press “Select”.
3
Mark the Soft key you want to edit and press “Change”. Name: is marked.
4
Press “Edit”.
5
Enter a name of maximum seven characters. Press “Ok”. Changes saved is shown
and the handset automatically returns to the soft key.
6
Mark “Function:”.
7
Press “Change” to enter functions.
8
Choose the desired function for the Soft key.
Functions:
Data send:
Press “Select”. Enter data if you want it to be predefined, or
leave it out if you want to enter data after pressing the Soft
key, press “Save”.
Data with prefix:
Press “Select”. Enter prefix and press “Save”.
Phone call:
Press “Select”. Enter phone number and press “Save”.
Alternatively, press the Phonebook Soft key and choose a
contact from the Local phonebook and then press “Save”.
Tone sender on will be indicated with a “T” in the number, and
off with “-”. A pause can be added by making a long press on
the *-key. The pause is indicated with a “P” in the number.
Short-cut:
Press “Select”. Assign the short-cut; Absent, Local phonebook,
Central phonebook, Services, No-movement, Man-down, Edit
alarm data, Demo Mess 1, Demo Mess 2, RSSI, Menu, or
Link stat. Press “Select”.
Send message:
Press “Select”. When Message address is shown you can leave
it blank, or you can predefine a destination address; press
“Select”.
Change profile:
Press “Select”. Mark the desired profile and press “Select”.
Not used:
Press “Select”. Not used will be indicated in the Soft key list.
The name of the selected function is shown. The handset will automatically return
to the soft key.
9.5.9
Edit a Hot key
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Mark “Hot key” and press “Select”.
3
Mark the one you want to edit (0, 1, 2,......9) and press “Change”.
4
Name: is marked; press “Edit”.
5
Enter a name of maximum sixteen characters. Press “Ok”. Changes saved is shown
and the handset automatically returns to the hot key.
6
Mark “Function”. Press “Change” to enter functions.
7
Choose the function you want the Hot key to have. The functions for a Hot key are
the same as for a Soft key, see table under 9.5.8 Edit a Soft key on page 39.
Note: This function can be disabled by your system administrator.
9.5.10 Select Language
1
Mark the Settings icon and press “Select”.
2
Mark “General” and press “Select”.
3
Mark “Language” and press “Select”.
Note: There is a “*” symbol in front of Language, making it easy to find if you have
changed language by mistake.
4
Mark the desired language. Press “Select”. The language is shown. The handset
will automatically return to the list of general settings.
9.5.11 Change Text Size in Messages
1
Mark the Settings icon and press “Select”.
2
Mark “General” and press “Select”.
3
Mark “Text size” and press “Select”.
4
Choose between Small and Medium. Press “Select”. The chosen text size is shown
and the handset automatically returns to the list of general settings.
9.5.12 Lock the Handset Manually1
1
Mark the Settings icon and press “Select”.
2
Mark “General” and press “Select”.
3
Mark “Phone lock”. Press “Select” and mark “Lock phone”. Press “Select”; the
handset is locked.
9.5.13 Change the Lock Code1
1
Mark the Settings icon and press “Select”.
2
Mark “General” and press “Select”.
3
Mark “Phone lock” and Press “Select”.
4
Mark “Set lock code” and Press “Select”.
5
Enter the new lock code and press “Ok”.
1.The i75 Handset cannot be locked with an “empty” lock code.
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9.5.14 Time and Date Settings
Set Time and Date Format
1
Mark the Settings icon and press “Select”.
2
Mark “General” and press “Select”.
3
Mark “Time & date” and Press “Select”.
4
Mark “Time format” and press “Select”.
5
Mark the desired time format (12 hour or 24 hour) and press “Select”. The handset
will automatically return to the list.
6
Mark “Date format” and press “Select”.
7
Mark the desired date format and press “Select”.
9.5.15 Turn On/Off Automatic Keypad Lock
1
Mark the Settings icon and press “Select”.
2
Mark “General” and press “Select”.
3
Mark “Auto key lock” and press “Change”. The Auto key lock checkbox is
selected/cleared. In stand-by mode a locked keypad is indicated by the
Locked keypad icon.
9.5.16 Enable/Disable Quick Answer
1
Mark the Settings icon and press “Select”.
2
Mark “General” and press “Select”.
3
Mark “Quick answer” and press “Change”. The Quick answer check box is
selected/cleared.
9.5.17 Set New Messages to be Displayed Upside down
1
Mark the Settings icon and press “Select”.
2
Mark “General” and press “Select”.
3
Mark “New message rotated” and press “Change”. The New message rotated
checkbox is selected/cleared.
Note: When this parameter is set, the call information for incoming calls is also displayed
upside down.
9.5.18 Set Owner ID
1
Mark the Settings icon and press “Select”.
2
Mark “General” and press “Select”.
3
Mark “Owner ID” and press “Edit”.
4
Enter a name. Change between upper and lower case by pressing the *-key on the
keypad. Press “Save”. The new ID is shown. The handset will automatically return
to the list of general settings.
9.5.19 Select System
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Mark “System” and press “Select”.
3
Mark “Select system” and press “Select”.
4
Mark the desired system and press “Select”. System selected is shown. The handset
will automatically return to the system menu.
Select System Set as a Hot key
If you are often moving between systems, it might be convenient to change system
quickly, therefore you can set this function as a Soft key or Hot key.
To change systems: just press the pre-programmed Soft/Hot key to connect to the next
available VoWiFi system (A, B, C or D).
9.5.20 System Information
It is possible to obtain general information about the handset by doing the following:
1
Mark the Settings icon in the menu. Press “Select”.
2
Mark “System” and press “Select”.
3
Mark “Information”. Press “Select” to view information about:
• ESSID: The ID of the system to which the handset is connected.
• IP: The IP address of the handset assigned by the system.
• MAC: The MAC (hardware) address of the handset. This is stored in the handset
and will always be the same.
• SW version: Here you can see which version of the handset software you have.
• Alarm license: If the handset is equipped with a license or not.
Tip: There is a quick access code you can use to enter the information mode directly
without using the menu. The quick access code is *#46#.
9.6
Profiles
1
Enter the menu by pressing the Menu Soft key, or the Navigation key
2
Mark the Profiles icon and press “Select”.
or
.
020
Figure 24.
Figure 14. The Profiles icon is marked
The handset is equipped with ten Profiles. Two profiles are preset at delivery and the
remaining eight profiles are left for the user to define. The preset profiles are Normal and
In charger.
Normal Profile
The Normal profile is the default profile.
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In charger Profile
The In Charger profile is activated when the handset is placed in the charger and
deactivated when removed. Your last selected profile is automatically chosen when the
handset is removed from the charger.
User defined Profiles
Eight profiles can be defined and saved by the user. The profiles can, for example, be used
to create a special headset profile with different ring signal volume and automatic answer
of incoming calls. Another example is when several users are sharing the same handset.
Each user can then define his own settings, for example; type of ring signal, volume,
answering method, Soft key settings etc. Note that one has to change to the user defined
profiles manually.
9.6.1
Change Profiles
1
Mark the Profiles icon and press “Select”. A list with all profiles is shown.
2
Mark the Profile you want to change to. Press “Select”; the name of the marked
Profile is shown. The handset will automatically return to the list.
A Soft/Hot key can be programmed to change profiles, see 9.5.8 Edit a Soft key on page
39 for more information.
9.6.2
Change Profile Settings
1
Mark the Profiles icon and press “Select”. A list with all profiles is shown.
2
Mark the Profile in which you want to change the settings and press “Options”.
3
Mark “Edit:” and press “Select”. The handling is then according to the ordinary
settings, see 9.5 Settings on page 37, but you also have the possibility to set Absent
On/Off, choose answering method, give the profile a new name and also divert
incoming calls.
9.6.3
Set the Profile to Absent On/Off
Follow the instructions described in 9.6.2 Change Profile Settings, and view the profile’s
settings. Mark “Absent” and press “Change”; the Absent checkbox is selected/cleared.
9.6.4
Choose the Profile’s Answering method
1
Follow the instructions described in 9.6.2 Change Profile Settings, and view the
profile’s settings. Mark “Answer:” and press “Select”.
2
Choose the answering method you want. Select between; Ordinary, Auto, Loud, or
Auto loud.
•
•
•
•
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or the middle Soft key for loudspeaking function.
Auto; the call is automatically connected.
Loud; press
and the call is connected with loudspeaking function turned on.
Auto loud; the call is automatically connected with loudspeaking function
turned on.
When you have chosen type of answering method, press “Select”; the name of the
selected method is shown. The handset will automatically return to the list and the
new answering method is marked.
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Set the Profile to Divert incoming Calls to another telephone number
1
Mark the Profiles icon and press “Select”. A list with all profiles is shown.
2
Mark the Profile in which you want to change the settings and press “Options”.
3
Mark “Edit:” and press “Select”.
4
Mark “Diversions” and press “Select”.
5
You can choose to between; All calls, On busy, or No answer. Press “Change”.
Divert to number:.. is displayed.
6
Enter the telephone number you want to divert to and press “Save”.
9.6.6
Preset the telephone numbers for the Diversions alternatives
1
Mark the Profiles icon and press “Select”. A list with all profiles is shown.
2
Mark the Profile you wish to have as diversion profile and press “Options”.
3
Mark “Edit:” and press “Select”.
4
Mark “Diversions” and press “Select”. The diversions alternatives are displayed.
5
Mark the first alternative, “All calls”, and press “Set”. Divert to number:.. is
displayed.
6
Enter the telephone number you want to divert your calls to, and press “Save”. The
handset returns to the diversions alternatives.
7
Mark the next diversion alternative. Press “Set” and repeat point 6.
9.6.7
Customizing the Profiles Menu
A profile can be prevented from being shown in the list. This is an easy way to hide profiles
that are not used. A setting in the flash memory determines whether the profile should be
in the list or not.
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Advanced Functions
10.1 System Handling
10.1.1 Register a New VoWiFi System
You can register up to four different VoWiFi systems on your handset.
When you have registered more than one system, you can manually select which system
to connect to, see 9.5.19 Select System on page 41.
10.2 Field Upgrade
Software and parameters in the Ascom i75 VoWiFi Handset can be upgraded by using the
Portable Device Manager (PDM). The PDM exists in two versions, Windows version and
System version.
See Appendix A: Programming the Handset on page 52 for more information.
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Operation Notice
11.1 Accessibility and Voice Quality
The base network is not always available. If you do not get in contact with your system,
contact your system administrator.
For various reasons, some functionality in the system may be inaccessible, causing various
status texts to appear.
No System
When you leave the system's coverage area the text “No System” will appear in the
display. Additionally, a parameter can be set to enable a short beep to sound when the
message is shown.
Note: When re-entering the coverage area it can take a couple of minutes before the
handset automatically has registered into the system.
It is also possible to get an out of coverage warning signal by setting a flash memory
parameter.
No Access
If the handset has found the system but for some reason cannot connect to it, the text
“No Access” is shown.
Voice Only
If the handset is unable to connect to the IMS, messaging will not be available and the text
“Voice Only” will be shown.
Messaging Only
If the handset is unable to connect to the gateway, voice calling will not be available and
the text “Messaging Only” will be shown.
11.2 Error Codes
When the base network is available a call may sometimes still fail. In such cases, the error
code shown indicates the reason for the failed call.
No response
The called portable is unavailable “not registered”.
No Channel Available
This error code can appear the first two minutes a called handset is out of coverage or if
the battery is removed without turning the handset off.
Call Failed
Unable to contact the called handset.
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User Busy
The person being called is already engaged in another call, or has declined your call.
Invalid Number
The called number does not exist in the system.
11.3 Environmental Requirements
Ascom i75 VoWiFi Handset
• Only use the handset in temperatures between 0 o C to +40 oC.
• Avoid exposing in direct sunlight or close to other heat sources.
• Protect your handset from aggressive liquids and vapours.
• Keep the handset away from strong electromagnetic fields.
Battery
• Do not immerse the battery into water or throw into fire.
• Use the desktop charger or the wall mounted charging rack for charging. Charge the
battery for at least one hour the first time you use the battery. Note that the wall
mounted charger with a battery pack adapter has to be used if the battery alone is to
be charged.
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Maintenance
12.1 Charge the Battery
The battery requires charging when the handset is not in use or when the battery icon in
the display shows a low charge.
Place the handset in the charger. A beep indicates connection with the charger. The
charging status is shown by the battery icon in the handset display. After approximately 2–
6 hours the handset is fully charged, indicated by a filled battery icon. If the handset is
switched off when placed in the charger, the charging indicator will be shown. The
charging indicator will show a full battery if the battery is fully charged.
12.1.1 Charging Spare Batteries
Spare batteries can be charged in the wall-mounted Charging Rack equipped with the
Battery Pack Charger.
Figure 25.
LED
Extended battery
024
Battery
Figure 15. Inserting a battery in the battery charger.
Place the battery in the charging slot. The LED on the adapter shows an orange light.
When the battery is fully charged, the LED will show a green light.
If an error occurs during charging, the LED will show a red light.
If the LED does not start to flash when the battery is placed in the charging slot, the
battery is not in contact. Remove the battery and put it into the charging slot again.
Note: It is not possible to charge spare batteries in the Desktop Charger.
12.2 Remove the Battery
The battery is fastened by two hooks. To remove the battery, press firmly on the two
release buttons on the sides of the handset.
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12.3 Change the Clip
A hinge-type belt clip is mounted on the Ascom i75 VoWiFi Handset at delivery. The clip
can be replaced with a covering plate also included in the delivery, or a swivel-type belt clip
that can be ordered separately.
Tools required:
• Pozidriv Point size 1
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Related Documents
Data Sheet, Ascom i75 VoWiFi Handset
TD 92318GB
Installation and Operation Manual Phonebook Service
TD 92360GB
Installation and Operation Manual,
Portable Device Manager (PDM), Windows version
TD 92325GB
Installation and Operation Manual,
Portable Device Manager (PDM), System version
TD 92378GB
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Document History
For details, see change bars in the document.
Version
A
B
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Date
Description
First Released version
2006-09-22 Updated for iteration R2, including SIP.
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Appendix A: Programming the Handset
The Ascom i75 VoWiFi Handset can be programmed using the Portable Device Manager
(PDM). The PDM exists in two versions, a Windows version and a System version.
The Windows version is run on a PC. To program the handset via the PDM Windows
version, connect the USB Programming Device to the computer with the USB cable, start
the PDM, and then place the handset in the USB Programming Device. For instructions on
how to use the PDM Windows version, see Installation and Operation Manual, Portable
Device Manager (PDM), Windows version, TD 92325GB.
The System version is run on an Elise module and a client PC connected to the LAN. In this
case the handset is programmed over the air. For instructions on how to use the PDM
System version, see Installation and Operation Manual, Portable Device Manager (PDM),
System version, TD 92378GB.
The handset is restarted when the handset firmware is upgraded (see Appendix B:
Upgrade the Firmware on page 54) and when some of the parameters in the PDM are
changed. A “Remotely Updated” screen is shown for 30 seconds or until the “OK” button
is pressed.
A.1
Edit Parameters in the PDM
Before connecting the handset to a VoWiFi network, the values for the following
parameters need to be set. The values for the parameters depends on how the VoWiFi
system is set up. Ask your system administrator for the correct values for the parameters.
A.1.1
System Parameters
These parameters must be set up for at least one of the four systems (A, B, C or D) in the
handset in order to connect to a VoWiFi system.
IP Address
The unique IP address of the handset.
Subnet Mask
The subnet mask of the VoWiFi network.
DHCP Mode
Enable/disable DHCP mode. If DHCP is enabled the handset will receive a IP address and a
subnet mask automatically from the system.
ESSID
The character string used to identify the handset as belonging to the network it is trying to
connect to.
WEP Key
The WEP key used in the VoWiFi network.
WEP Transmit Key
The index to the WEP key to be used. This parameter can take the values 1, 2, 3 or 4.
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Voice Power Save Mode
Default set to ACTIVE. ACTIVE means that the handset is not in power saving mode while
in speech. PS-POLL is a proprietary version of power save mode and U-APSD is the
standard and preferred version of power save mode. However U-APSD requires that the
infrastructure supports this feature.
A.1.2
Parameters in Device > User
Endpoint Number
The number with which the handset is registered with in the gatekeeper.
Endpoint ID
The ID with which the handset is registered with in the gatekeeper.
A.1.3
Parameters in Device > Unite
IMS IP Address
The IP address of the IMS/IP - WiFi. This address is required in order to utilise the
messaging functions in the handset.
IMS Phone Number
This phone number (PUN) is used by the IMS and the PDM to identify the handset.
Central Phonebook Number
The address to the site’s central phonebook.
A.1.4
Parameters in Protocol > General
VoIP Protocol
The VoIP Protocol used in the gatekeeper.
Coder Configuration
The voice encoding scheme used in the gatekeeper.
A.1.5
Parameters in Protocol > SIP
SIP Proxy IP Address
The IP address to the SIP proxy.
Alternative SIP Proxy IP Address
Alternative IP address to the SIP proxy.
SIP proxy listening port
The port on which the SIP proxy listens to incoming traffic
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SIP proxy ID
The ID of the SIP proxy, if one has been set.
A.1.6
Parameters in Protocol > H323
Gatekeeper IP Address
The IP address to the gatekeeper.
Alternative Gatekeeper IP Address
Alternative IP address to the gatekeeper.
Gatekeeper Listening Port
The port on which the gatekeeper listens to incoming traffic.
Gatekeeper ID
The ID of the gatekeeper, if one has been set.
A.2
Add an Alarm Licence
The man-down and the no-movement alarm features requires a licence to be installed,
and requires activation in the PDM. Follow the steps below to add a licence to the
handset:
1
Determine the IP address of the handset, see 9.5.20 System Information on page
42.
2
Open a web browser and enter the IP address in the address field.
3
Click the “Licence” link in the left menu.
4
Enter username and password, default username is “admin” and default password
is “changeme”.
5
Enter the licence number in the licence number text field and click the Activate
button.
6
Activate the alarms by setting the following parameters in the DPM:
• ALARM -> NOMOVE -> Alarm profile
• ALARM -> MANDOWN -> Alarm profile
Appendix B: Upgrade the Firmware
Follow the instructions in Installation and Operation Manual, Portable Device Manager
(PDM), Windows version, TD 92325GB or Installation and Operation Manual, Portable
Device Manager (PDM), System version, TD 92378GB.
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Appendix C: Add a New i75 VoWiFi Handset to the Site
The following actions are needed when adding a new i75 VoWiFi Handset:
• Give the handset access to the WLAN appliance, see C.1.
• The user must be added in the Gatekeeper (the PBX application in the VoIP gateway),
see C.2.
• The handset must be configured via the PDM, see C.3.
C.1
Give the Handset Access to the WLAN Appliance
This action is depending on the authentication and encryption used (Open, Radius etc.).
Consult your System Administrator.
In the case of WEP encryption with MAC address authentication make sure to enable
MAC filter (add the handset MAC address).
C.2
Add the User to the Gatekeeper
For the Ascom VoIP Gateway the minimum settings required are:
• Long Name - used for name presentation
• Name
• Number - the endpoint number
C.3
Configure the Handset in the PDM
C.3.1
Recommended working flow:
1
Create the portable and run a template with basic settings. See Installation and
Operation Manual, Portable Device Manager (PDM), Windows version,
TD 92325GB.
2
Connect the portable and associate with the previously created entry.
3
Add the portable(s) in the PDM System version. Run a template with basic settings
created for the site and configure individual settings. See Installation and Operation
Manual, Portable Device Manager (PDM), System version, TD 92378GB.
4
Switch on the handset.
The system might ask for call no. and password the first time the handset logs in.
The password can be the same for all VoWiFi handsets in the system, or individual,
for example for shared phones.
C.3.2
Settings required in the PDM:
• SYSTEM - A
- DHCP mode = Enable - or Phone IP address and Subnet mask
- ESSID
- WEP key n
- WEP transmit key= n
• DEVICE - USER
- Endpoint number - automatically set by PDM
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• DEVICE - GENERAL (optional)
- Time zone
• DEVICE - UNITE
- IMS IP address - set to 0.0.0.0 to disable messaging
- IMS phone number - automatically set by PDM
• AUDIO - GENERAL (optional)
- Dialling tones pattern
• PROTOCOL - GENERAL
- VoIP Protocol
- Coder Configuration (the voice encoding scheme used in the gatekeeper)
Set one of the following depending on the selected VoIP protocol:
• PROTOCOL - H323
- Gatekeeper IP address (the VoIP Gateway with the PBX application that works as
gatekeeper in the system).
• PROTOCOL - SIP
- SIP Proxy IP address
C.4
Replace an i75 Handset
To replace an i75 handset in the system, perform the following steps:
1
If using an old i75 handset perform a factory reset using the PDM, Windows
version.
2
Associate handset with the entry that shall be replaced, or run a template with the
basic settings for the site, see C.3.1 Recommended working flow: on page 55.
3
Give the handset access to the WLAN appliance according to C.1 Give the Handset
Access to the WLAN Appliance on page 55.
4
Switch on the handset.
The system may ask for call number and password the first time the handset logs in.
The password can be the same for all VoWiFi handsets in the system, or individual,
for example for shared phones.
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Index
A
antenna .......................................................... 3
B
battery ............................................................ 3
C
call list......................................................... 6–7
case
covering plate .......................................... 47
case materials.................................................. 3
clip
covering plate ............................................ 3
swivel-type................................................. 3
D
display............................................................. 3
E
ESS ............................................................... 50
ESSID ............................................ 1, 40, 48, 50
I
i75 Medic Protector......................................... 1
i75 Protector ................................................... 1
IMS/IP............................................................ 49
IP .................................................................. 40
M
MAC ............................................................. 40
message list................................................. 6–7
O
owner ID ......................................................... 5
P
pause in a phone number............ 10, 15, 30, 37
S
Software version ........................................... 40
stand-by mode ................................................ 5
status information ........................................... 5
V
VoWiFi ............................................................ 1
W
write letters..................................................... 9
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