SENAO | SN-358 PLUS | Instruction manual | SENAO SN-358 PLUS Instruction manual

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NSTRUCTION MANUAL
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
SN-358
Important Safety Instructions
Thank you for purchasing this SN-358 cordless
telephone, one of the high-quality products of SENAO.
To obtain optimum performance, be sure to read this
manual carefully before starting operation and keep it
for future reference.
When using your telephone equipment, basic safety precautions should
always be followed to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock and injury to
persons, including the following:
2. Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the product.
3. Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use
liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning.
4. Do not use this product near water, for example, near a bathtub, wash
bowl, kitchen sink, or laundry tub, in wet basement, or near a swimming
pool.
5. Do not place this product on an unstable cart, stand, or table. The
product may fall, causing serious damage to the product.
6. Slots and openings in the cabinet and back or bottom are provided for
ventilation. To protect it from overheating, these openings must not be
blocked or covered. The opening should never be blocked by placing
the product on the bed, sofa, rug, or other similar surface. This product
should never be placed near or over a radiator or heat register, or in a
built-in installation unless proper ventilation is provided.
7. Use only the power source indicated on the marking label. If you are not
sure of the type of power supply to your home, consult your dealer or
local power company.
8. Do not allow anything to reset on the power cord. Do not locate this
product where the cord will be damaged by persons walking on it.
Before Initial Use
Please read IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS on pages 36~37 before use.
Read and understand all instructions.
Accessories
Instruction manual
AC adaptor for base unit (DC 12V/ 800mA)
Telephone line
Telescopic antenna for base unit
Battery (Ni-MH/650mAh)
Outdoor Antenna with cable
Battery (Li-ION/1030mAh)
Leather pouch
Charger with AC adaptor (DC 12V/800mA)
Ear-microphone
Cigarette adaptor
Ear Phone jack
Booster for base
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SN-358
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
1. Read and understand all instructions.
(1)
(4)
(2)
1 pcs
1 pcs
1 pcs
1 pcs
(optional)
(optional)
(optional)
(optional)
(optional)
(optional)
(optional))
(6)
(3)
(5)
(7) (optional)
(10) (optional)
9. Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords as this can result in the
risk of fire or electric shock.
(12) (optional)
(8) (optional)
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1 book
1 pcs
(9) (optional)
(11) (optional)
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(13) (optional)
Specification
For Best Performance
Battery Charge
To power the handset, install
the battery (p.10) and charge
it for about 12 hours before
initial use (p.13).
Item
Base unit
Handset
394 MHz
268 MHz
1W
450 m W
55 dBc
55 dBc
Stand-by
160 mA
5~10 mA
Talk
600 mA
350 mA
268MHz
394MHz
-122dBm
-122dBm
Adjacent channel rejection
50 dBc
50 dBc
Spurious response
55 dBc
55 dBc
Power source
AC 110V/60 Hz
Transmitter
Frequency
Output power
Spurious emission
Operating Distance/Noise
Current consumption
Calls are transmitted between the base unit and the handset using
wireless radio waves. For maximum distance and noise free operation,
the recommended base unit location is:
Away from electronic appliances
such as a TV, personal computer,
or another cordless phone.
Receiver
Frequency
Sensitivity at 12 dB SINAD
In a HIGH and CENTRAL
location with no obstructions
such as walls.
(CCITT)
AC 220V/50 Hz
3.6V/650 mAh
Ni-MH Battery
DC 12V
Dimension
Weight
W x D x H (m/m)
L x W x H (m/m)
172 x 158 x 93
130 x 48 x 30
470g
176g
Raise the base unit antenna and extend
fully both the telescopic antenna of
base unit and handset.
TALK
FLASH
RD/P
END
INT
MEM
ON/OFF
CLR
FUN
1
2
ABC
3
4
GHI
5
JKL
6
MNO
7
PQ
RS
8
TUV
9
WX
YZ
DEF
0
2
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Troubleshootings
If you have difficulty operating on your phone, the below suggestions
should solve the problem. If you still have difficulty after trying these
suggestions, please call your local SENAO service station for further
assistance.
A. The Phone does not work......
1. Check the installation (P. 9-16)
2. Make sure the power cord is plugged in.
3. Is the handset battery fully charged?
4. Is the handset power on?
B. The handset does not ring......
1. Make sure the telephone line cord is plugged firmly into the base unit
and the telephone jack.
2. You may be too far from the base unit.
3. Check the ringing volume for the handset (P. 26).
C. Interference, static, sound cuts in/out, fades......
1. Is the telescopic antennas of the base unit and the handset fully
extended?
2. Move closer to the base unit.
3. Press FUNC # to change the channel.
D. The battery can not be charged......
1. Make sure that the handset has been placed on the charger or base
correctly.
2. Make sure that the battery has been paced on the charger correctly.
E. The handset display Error 01 or Error 02 or Error
03...
1. Please unload the battery pack then load it again to reset the
handset.
2. If the above display content still appears, please re-register handset
to bases according to the instruction on page 27.
3. If above procedure doesn't work, please call you local SENAO service
center.
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Contents
Features
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Location of Controls
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A. Base Unit
B. Handset
C. Charger
Installation
A. Base Unit
B. Handset
C. Twin Charger
D. Travel Charger (for Additional Handset)
E. Ear-Microphone
F. Cigarette adaptor
G. Ear Phone Jack
H. Battery Charge
I. Outdoor Antenna
Basic Operation for Base
A. Call function
B. Setting
Basic Operation for Handset
A. Turn On/Off Handset
B. Making Calls
C. Answering Calls
D. Disconnecting calls
E. Hands-free Speaker Phone
F. Redial
G. Call waiting/Receiving a second call
H. Intercom
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I. Transferring calls
J. Walkie-Talkie between handsets
K. Voice Volume
L. Changing Channel
M. Automatic Dialing
N. Find Personal Name & Number
Menu navigation with Smart Switch
Enter the Menus
Leaving the Menus
Menus and Sub-menus
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Troubleshooting
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Specification
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Important Safety Instructions
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Using the Options Menu
Setup Menu
Memo Menu
INT Menu
TALK Menu
Press TALK
Talk Menu
Voice Volume
TRANSFER
Walkie-Talkie
Radio Power
[ Auto , Maximal , High , Middle , Low ]
VoiceScramble [Off, On]
Change Channel
REDIAL
FLASH
Once press TALK key, this handset will enter the function of talk mode to
allow you to make an out-going call.
Voice Volume
You can scroll the smart switch to adjust the voice volume.
TRANSFER
Once selected, you can transfer the present inter-communication to the
another handset after you enter the ID of another handset.
Walkie-Talkie
Once selected, you can hold the present inter-communication and then
have the walkie-talkie function worked after you enter the ID of the another
handset.
Radio Power--[ Auto , Maximal , High , Middle , Low ]
This option allows you to set the radio power of your handset. The talk time
will be getting longer and communication range will be getting shorter if
the selected power is lower. Please select the proper option based on your
located environment. The option, Auto, will enable your handset to
automatically adjust the radio power based on the distance between
base and handset.
VoiceScramble--[Off, On]
This option is used to activate the scrambler function. When "On" is
selected, it'll secure your phone conversation.
Change Channel
This option is used to change the present radio channel to the cleaner
channel for getting a better voice quality.
REDIAL
Once selected, the last dialed number will be dialed out automatically.
FLASH
This option is used for the call waiting function. It allows you to place the
first call on hold for receiving the second call.
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INT Menu
Press INT
Voice Volume
TRANSFER
Walkie-Talkie
Radio Power
[ Auto , Maximal , High , Middle , Low ]
VoiceScramble
[Off, On]
Change Channel
Once press INT key, this handset will enter the function of
intercommunication.
Voice Volume
You can scroll the smart switch to adjust the voice volume.
TRANSFER
Once selected, you can transfer the present inter-communication to the
another handset after you enter the ID of another handset.
Walkie-Talkie
Once selected, you can hold the present inter-communication and then
have the walkie-talkie function worked after you enter the ID of the another
handset.
Radio Power--[ Auto , Maximal , High , Middle , Low ]
This option allows you to set the radio power of your handset. The talk time
will be getting longer and communication range will be getting shorter if
the selected power is lower. Please select the proper option based on your
located environment. The option, Auto, will enable your handset to
automatically adjust the radio power based on the distance between
base and handset.
VoiceScramble--[Off, On]
This option is used to activate the scrambler function. When "On" is
selected, it'll secure your phone conversation.
Change Channel
This option is used to change the present radio channel to the cleaner
channel for getting a better voice quality.
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Features
* Multi-channel with auto-scan.
* Multi-handset system (up to 99).
* Walkie-talkie between handsets.
* Handset with speakerphone function.
* Base speakerphone with dial keypad.
* Two-way paging and hand-free intercom .
* 30 Caller ID memory with Time/Date (FSK & DTMF type)
* Caller ID with call waiting (CIDCW).
* 50 Phone book memory with name/number on each handset.
* Last 10 calls redial on handset.
* 20 memory dial on base unit.
* Base unit with last number redial.
* LCD and handset keypad with backlit.
* Tone/Pulse dialing mode selectable.
* Change channel during Conversation.
* 65,536 sets security codes (two-way).
* Flash time programable.
* Ring volume adjustable for both handset and base.
* Voice volume adjustable for both handset and base.
* Music on hold.
* Handset with power saving function.
* Low battery alert and display.
* Built- in voice security circuit (Scrambler).
* Auto answer and auto hang up.
* Transferring a call between handsets and base.
* Out-of-range alert.
* Battery charge indicator.
* Fast charge.
* Selectable ring Tone on handset.(15 melody).and Base (10 melody)
* Adjustable Keypad volume on Handset.
* Real time clock on handset.
* Talk-time display on handset.
* Handset with smart switch.
* Auto power control designed.
* Multi-language display
* Auto detection of FSK And DTMF caller ID signal.
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Erase One
This option is used to erase the selected phone book entry.
Location of Controls
A. Base Unit
2 ReceivedCalls
This option is used to display the information of received calls (max 30
calls)including name and phone number. When selected, LCD screen on
handset will display the number of new call (not been accessed) and the
total numbers of received calls. You can look over the information by
scrolling smart switch. You are able to read its date and time on the first
row, as well as its present status on the second row like new (not been
accessed), read (read already) and replied (replied already) along with
the number in sequence after pressing 1 key. Pressing 1 again,
the handset will resume displaying name and phone number.
Antenna
Line jack
TEL jack
TONE/PULSE switch
DC IN jack
Interface port
Speaker
CALLER ID indicator
TRANSFER/ MEMORY/ HOLD/
FLASH/ REDIAL/PAUSE
Volume up/ down
TRANSFER
POWER indicator
IN USE indicator
CHARGE indicator
MULTI-TALK indicator
Dialing keys
Charging terminal
INTERCOM indicator
INTERCOM
Speakerphone indicator
Speakerphone
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Reply
When the displayed name and number is the one that you wish to call,
you can press TALK Key or
button or select this option to make
an out-going call.
Copy To
This option can be used to save the displayed number to the option of
Phone Book. Once the option has been selected, the handset will ask
you key in the location number. The location number is from 00 to 49.
Erase One
When selected, the current record of incoming phone call will be
deleted.
Erase All
This option is used to delete all records of received calls.
3 Walkie-Talkie
This option is used to operate the walkie-talkie function between handset
and handset. Once selected, you are requested to enter the ID of the
handset that you wish to call. The number of digital of ID is two from 01 to
99. Once target handset answers, the handset will sound " So, So, Do " and
display "WALKIE-TALKIE" to confirm this mode accessed already. You can
continuously press smart switch to talk and release it to listen to.
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Erase One
When selected, the current record of outgoing phone call will be
deleted.
Erase All
This option is used to delete all records of last 10 calls.
1 Phone Book
This option is used to create and manage your list of personal numbers.
When selected, the saved name list and their phone number will be
displayed. Two digits from 0 0 to 4 9 will appear on LCD screen
indicating the saved location, if your phone number over 15 digits, please
use key
and # to query the complete number.
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NOTE:
The location of these memories are the same as ones used in the
function of Automatic Dialing from 0 to 9 . The saved memory
Will be replaced if two approaches are accessed to the same location.
Dial
When the displayed name and number is the one that you wish to call,
you can press TALK Key or
button or select this option to make
an out-going call.
Find Name
This option is used to select a phone number from a list of
alphabetically stored Phone Book names. Once selected, this option
will display the message "Name:". You can enter the characters of a
name whose max. number of characters is 15. The Phone Book entries
will be searched and the first matching entry will be displayed.
B. Handset
Status indicator
Green: in use
Red(Flashing): Ringing
Antenna
Smart switch
: To query menu &
adjust voice volume
: To enter menu and
select parameters
Receiver
Speakerphone key
Operation keys
TALK : 1. Talk key
2. Flash key
INT : Intercom key
Liquid Crystal Display (LCD)
TALK
FLASH
END :1.End key
2.Power On/Off
3.Back to stand
by mode
from menu
RD/P
END
INT
MEM
ON/OFF
CLR
1
2
ABC
3
4
GHI
5
JKL
6
MNO
7
PQ
RS
TUV
9
WX
YZ
8
0
1 : To query advance
received calls message
DEF
MEM : Memory key
CLR : 1. To clear the
error typing
2. To leave the menu
FUN : 1. Changing channel
2. Transfer
3. Walkie-Talkie
Microphone
Scroll displayed message
backwards and forwards
Create New
This option is used to add (store) entries to the Phone Book. Once
selected, this option will display the message "Name:". You can enter
the characters of a name whose max. number of characters is 15.
Once saved, this option will display the message "Number:". You can
enter the number whose max. number of digit is 32. Finally, you'll be
requested to key in a two- digit for the number of location.
Speaker
Modify
This option is used to change the selected Phone Book entry. You can
use the CLR key to edit name and phone number.
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FUN
Function keys
RD/P : 1. Last number redial
2. Pause
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Signal strength: The more segments displayed in the bar
graph, the better the signal strength.
In use: Displayed when a call is in progress.
(Flashing)
Ringing or hold the phone call.
Listening in the Walkie-Talkie function.
Talking in the Walkie-Talkie function or transferring
the phone call.
ID number of handset.
(Flashing)
Displayed when a phone call with caller ID have
received. Erased in the option of received calls.
Displayed when scroll unread received calls.
Displayed when scroll read received calls.
Real time clock: The real time clock displays
the time in a 24-hours format.
Battery charged indicator: The more segments displayed,
the greater the battery charged. When battery low show
up, the handset will alarm you with " Bee Bo " sound.
C. Twin Charger
Compartment for
charging spare battery
Charge terminal
Compartment for
charging handset
with battery
Spare battery
charge indicator
Power indicator
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Memo Menu
Select Memo
0 Last 10 Calls
0 Dial
1 Copy To
2 Call Timer
3 Erase One
4 Erase All
1 Phone Book
0 Dial
1 Find Name
2 Create New
3 Modify
4 Erase One
2 ReceivedCalls
0 Reply
1 Copy to
2 Erase One
3 Erase All
3 Walkie-Talkie
0 Last 10 Calls
These options can be used to display the most recently used out-going
phone numbers and their talk time. Once this option is selected, use smart
key to scroll through the list of phone numbers. The display of L0......L9 on
LCD screen represents the sequence of past outgoing call from latest one
to the 10th one.
Dial
When the displayed number is the one that you wish to call, you can
press TALK key or
button or select this option to make an outgoing call.
Copy To
This option can be used to save the displayed number to the option of
Phone Book. Once the option has been selected, the handset will ask
you key in the location number. The location number is from 00 to 49.
Call Timer
When selected, the handset will display the duration of total talk time.
Another sub-option is "RESET COUNTER" displaying for you to set the
timer meter to zero.
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Master Reset
This option is used to reset all options you set to default value set by
factory.
The screen will display "Reset to Default? to ask you confirm this
selection.
3 Set Date&Time
Either set or re-set the accurate date & time when you buy this product
or resume operating after blackout on base or press END key and
change battery pack on handset longer than one minute.
Under DTMF caller ID system when the LCD screen on handset displays
Date &Time erased, reset it", it is to remind you to take setting again.
Installation
A. Base Unit
Please set up the base
unit according to the
following steps (1)~(6).
(1)
(1) Install the telescopic antenna
of the base unit and extend it
fully and vertically.
Date Setting
When selected, you can check or set the date stored in the handset
and base. The format is xx(month)-xx(date)
Time Setting
When selected, you can check or set the time stored in the handset
and base. The format is xx(hour)-xx(minute)
4 Caller ID-Availability depends on your telephone service
This option allows you to set the caller ID options. These options are:
Area Code
With this option, you can set your local area code with a max. 3 digital
number. The base will automatically delete the area code of incoming
call once the area code of your incoming call is the same as the
digital set by you, and just save the phone numbers. This option
enables handset not repeat the area code when you reply the local
phone call with ReceivedCalls option.
+Country Code
When selected, you can set your country code with a max. 3 digital
number. The base will automatically add the set country code on the
incoming call once the area code of the incoming code is different
from the set area code (Refer to above option). It'll allow you not forget
to dial country code for the long distance call when you reply the long
distance call with received calls option.
(2)
(3)
(3)
Plug the AC adaptor
into electric wall outlet.
(6)
Select your
dial mode
(Tone or Pulse)
(5)
A standard telephone may
also be plugged into
receptacle marked TEL.
Call Waiting--[Off , On]
When On is selected, this option will activate the call waiting function.
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(6)
(2) Plug in the SENAO
AC adaptor to
DC IN jack.
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(5) (4)
(4)
Plug the
telephone line
cord into the
telephone wall
outlet.
B. Handset
Take the battery from gift box and clip it into the handset.
Voice Scramble--[Off, On]
This option is used to activate the scrambler function. When "On" is
selected, it'll secure your phone conversation.
Custom Name
When this option is select, you are allowed to edit the stand-by format.
The max. number of available characters are 15. You can get the
characters by either pressing following keys or scrolling the smart switch.
The CLR key is available for you to delete the wrong typing, and press
smart switch can save the edited format to the handset.
Available Characters
Press the appropriate keys to get the following characters
(1) & 1 ( ) + - . / = :
(2) ABC2
(3) DEF3
(4) GHI4
(5) JKL5
(6) MNO6
(7) PQRS7
(8) TUV8
(9) WXYZ9
(0) blank, 0
(1)
(2)
(3)
C. Twin Charger
(1) Plug the AC adaptor to the DC IN jack.
(2) Plug the AC adaptor into the electric
wall outlet.
(3) The spare battery indicator will
becomes red while is in charge.
It becomes green while the battery
is fully charged. It takes around 2 hrs.
to fully charge Ni-Mh battery pack,
and 4 hrs for Li-Ioh battery pack.
Spare battery indicator
Language
This option is used to change the displayed language. The option as
multiple setting. When you select a language, all further display
prompts and message will be in the selected language.
If you enter wrong language menu, please follow the procedure shown
below to back your own language menu.
1. Press END key.
2. Press smart switch.
3. Press key 2 6 .
4. Selecting your own language menu by scrolling up or down the
smart switch.
Power indicator
Please use only the SENAO AC adaptor supplied with this charger.
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Register Base
This option is used to register your new bought handset to the base.
Please follow the described steps bellow.
* On base, press MEMORY
MEMORY
5
N N
(ID of the new bought handset)
* On handset, access this option.
Please be notified that the ID of handset shall be with two digits and
the above steps for both of base and handset shall be finished within
10 seconds. If fail to register, please repeat above steps again.
Flash Time--[80,100,200,300,400,500,600,700,800,900mS]
Please check with your service provider to select the appropriate flash
time.
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D. Travel charger (For Additional Handset)
0 Keypad Lock
This option is used to lock the operation of keypad to avoid any wrong
touch. The screen will display Keypad Locked to confirm this operation.
You can press smart switch twice within one second to unlock keypad.
This option will be off while the handset is being paged but it will be
resumed within 10 sec. After ending calls.
1 Sound Setting
Ringing Volume--[Ascending , High , Middle , Low , Mute , Vibrate ]
This option is used to set the incoming call ring tone volume. There are
6 types of setting making your phone alert you to an incoming call.
(Vibrator function is optional)
Keypad Volume--[Maximal , High , Middle , Low , Mute ]
This option allows you to change or disable tones you hear when you
press a key.
Ringing Tone--[Melody 0....15]
This option sets the type of tone your handset will make when an
incoming call is received. There are 16 types of alternatives for your
selection.
Paging Tone--[Melody 0....15]
This option sets the type of tone your handset will make when an
intercom is received. There are 16 types of alternatives for your
selection.
2 Parameter
LCD Contrast--[Level 0....14]
This option is used to change the contrast of screen display. The option
has 15 level for your selection.
Battery Saving--[ Normal , On ]
This option can help you to conserve battery power when the On is
selected.
Radio Power --[ Auto , Maximal , High , Middle , Low ]
This option allows you to set the radio power of your handset. The talk
time will be getting longer and communication range will be getting
shorter if the selected power is getting lower. Please select the proper
option based on your located environment. The option, Auto, will
enable your handset to automatically adjust the radio power based on
the distance between base and handset.
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Extremely light, the functionally designed fast & light charger charges
phone battery quickly. Plug the charger into a wall socket and insert the
connector to the bottom of your phone.
The charging times is approximately
4 hours. Check the charging status
on the phone display. You can
also use your phone while charging.
E. Ear-Microphone
You can answer and end calls by pressing the button on the microphone
part of the personal handsfree. It also could be used as the Walkie-Talkie
function. You can press button to talk, then release it to listen.
Note: To end calls, please keep pressing button for more than 2 sec.
F. Cigarette adaptor
The cigarette adaptor ensures your phone is ready for use
wherever you travel. This small charge's functional design
fits most car lights and interiors. The charging time is about
4 hours, and you can use your phone freely during
charging. A green light indicates that is ready for charging.
Check the charging status on the phone display. The input
voltage can be 12 or 24 V DC, negative grounding.
Avoid prolonged charging when the car engine
is not running; this may cause the battery of
your car to drain. Note also that in some cares
the cigarette lighter plug is not provided with
electricity if the ignition is switched off. Verify
that green LED light is on.
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G. Ear Phone Jack
Setup Menu
This jack is used for connecting ear-microphone and cigarette adaptor to
handset. Please connect them like the figure below.
TALK
FLASH
RD/P
END
INT
MEM
ON/OFF
CLR
FUN
1
2
ABC
3
4
GHI
5
JKL
6
MNO
7
PQ
RS
8
TUV
9
WX
YZ
DEF
0
Select Setup
0 Keypad Lock
1 Sound Setting
0 Ringing Volume
[Ascending, High, Middle, Low, Mute, Vibrate ]
1 Keypad Volume
[Maximal, High, Middle, Low, Mute ]
2 Ringing Tone
[Melody 0....15]
3 Paging Tone
[Melody 0....15]
2 Parameter
0 LCD Contrast
[Level 0....14]
1 Battery Saving
[ Normal , On ]
2 Radio Power
[ Auto, Maximal, High, Middle, Low ]
3 Voice Scramble
[Off, On]
4 Custom Name
5 Register Base
6 Language [1,2,3,4]
7 Flash Time
[80,100,200,300, 400,500,600,700, 800,900mS]
8 Master Reset
3 Set Date&Time
0 Date Setting
1 Time Setting
4 Caller ID
0 Area Code
1 +Country Code
2 Call Waiting
[Off , On]
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Using the Options Menu
Select Setup
0 Keypad Lock
1 Sound Setting
2 Parameter
3 Set Date&Time
4 Caller ID
Select Memo
0 Last 10 Calls
1 Phone Book
2 ReceivedCalls
3 Walkie-Talkie
Press INT key
Voice Volume
Transfer
Walkie-Talkie
Radio Power
Voice Scramble
Change Channel
H. Battery Charge
The handset can be charged on the base unit or the charger.
(1) Place the handset on the base unit with facing up.
The CHARGE indicator light will turn on.
(2) Place the handset in the charger with keypad facing the front of the
charger.
(3) While charging the handset, the LCD on handset will display "Battery is
rapidly charging" and red LED indicator on handset will turn on.
(4) While the handset has been fully charged, the LCD on handset will
display "Battery has been fully charged", or " batter y is trickly charging".
The green LED indicator on handset will turn on.
(5) The life time of battery will be affected by the surrounding temperature,
the LCD on handset will display "Battery temperature is too high" and
stop charging automatically while the surrounding temperature is too
high. The charging will be resumed once the Temperature is come
down to be below 40
(6) The suggested environment temperature is between 10 ~30 .
Please make sure put the twin charger away
from the base unit farther than 30 cm.
Press TALk key
Voice Volume
Transfer
WakieTalkie
Radio Power
VoiceScramble
Change Channel
Redial
Flash
TRANSFER
TALK
TALK
FLASH
FLASH
END
INT
RD/P
RD/P
1
MEM
2
CLR
ABC
FUN
3
4
GHI
5
JKL
6
7
PQ
RS
8
TUV
9
Tone
0
MEM
ON/OFF
CLR
FUN
1
2
ABC
3
4
GHI
5
JKL
6
MNO
7
PQ
RS
8
TUV
9
WX
YZ
0
Oper
DEF
DEF
MNO
WX
YZ
Tone
Oper
CHARGE indicator
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END
INT
ON/OFF
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Menu navigation with Smart Switch
I. Outdoor Antenna
Installation of the outdoor antenna is very
important for communication range and
quality. Be sure to follow the following steps.
A large number of your handset's options are accessed by using smart
switch which is specially designed to allow you operate this handset with
one thumb only. The access uses a common approach for selection,
change and cancellation. Please read this section carefully before
attempting to access smart switch. When you understand the common
approach to menu navigation and how the options are shown, you will be
able to access and change options with ease. The menu described here
can be started accessing when the handset is in the standby mode.
1. Use the wrench to screw the antenna
tightly.
2. Lock the 6 ground planes with the base
part as illustrated in Figure 2.
NOTE: Long and short ground planes
should be alternately arranged.
Entering the Menus
Figure 1
You can either scroll or press smart switch to access the menu.
Once enter the menu, you can use smart switch to access and select
options.
Leaving the Menus
To leave any one of the menus you can press CLR once. Either press
and hold CLR key or press END key, it will return your phone to the
stand-by mode.
Menus and Sub-menus
A menu is a simple list of options. Some of options provide access to a
further list of options called a sub-menu. When navigation through the
menus you may find it helpful to think in terms of menu levels-the "present"
menu being on one level and its sub-menus being on a lower level.
Moving to and selecting a Menu Option
Ground planes x 3
Ground planes x 3
To move from one option to another on the same level, use smart switch
to scroll upwards or downwards. When you find the option you want, press
smart switch to select it.
Depending on the option you select, one of two things will happen:
either a brief message will be displayed confirming an action, for
example OK
or the first and second option of a sub-menu will be displayed. You
can select this option pressing smart switch or browse through the
other options by scrolling the smart switch.
Figure 2
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L. Changing Channel:
During a call in progress, you can press FUN then # to change radio
channel to avoid interference.
M. Automatic Dialing
1. Storing phone numbers in memory (10 sets of 32-digit number
maximum) (in stand-by mode)
MEM
2 2 1 8 3 5 8 8
MEM
N
Phone No.
Store (N: 0~9)
NOTE:
The location of these memories are the same as ones used in the
function of Phone Book from 0 0 to 0 9 . The saved memory will
be replaced if two approaches are accessed to the same location.
2. If the base unit is connected to a PBX we recommend you press
RD/P (PAUSE) followed the access number 0 or 9 for an
outside line and the phone number.
MEM
0
RD/P
2 2 1 8 3 5 8 8
MEM
Access No. Pause
Phone number
Store
N (in stand-by mode)
Location(N:0~9)
Pressing RD/P (PAUSE) once creates a 3 second pause.
This can prevents miss dialing when you redial or dial a stored
number.
3. Assemble cable jack with the base part as illustrated
in Figure 3.
4. Find a pole which is over 5 M long and 22~39 mm
in diameter and screw it with the base tube as
indicated in Figure 4.
NOTE: A bamboo pole is preferred. If a metal one
is used, be sure it is isolated.
5. Put up the pole and make a loop with the
cable cord. The loop which is 15 cm in
diameter to prevent water from going down
into the base unit (as figure 5).
Ground
planes
Screw
Washer
6. The assembled outdoor antenna
(as indicated in Figure 6).
Screw
U-bracket
Pole
Cable
Base tube
Pole
Figure 3
U-bracket
Washer
Figure 4
3. Dialing a stored number
TALK
MEM
N (N: 0~9)
Auto dial the phone number stored in location " N ".
Press TALK First, then press MEM
N after hearing the dial
Tone.
Pole
N. Find Personal Name & Number
Loop
In standby mode, you are allowed to press location number (two digits,
from 0 0 to 4 9 ) and MEM key to find personal name &
number.
Tape
Figure 5
Figure 6
22
Cable cord
connector
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F. Redial:
NOTES:
(1) Make sure that the cable is tied to the cable connector in order to
maintain the radio frequency transmission performance.
(2) The ground plane should be at least 3 meters above the ground.
(3) No obstruction can be existed within 3 meters from the antenna
(as shown in Fig 7~9).
(4) Straighten the remaining cable.
(5) Bending cable cord will increase loss of transmission power.
(6) Make a loop before pulling the cable into the house. The loop can
prevent rain from going into the house.
(7) The higher the antenna is installed the better the communication
will be.
(8) Keep the antenna and cable away from high-voltage sources to
avoid electric shocks. Don't install the antenna in the rain to avoid
thunder striking.
Over 3 M (correct)
Press RD/P key from TALK Mode
G. Call waiting/Receiving a second call:
From TALK MODE, the TALK key operates as a FLASH function that
allows you to place the first call on hold. Placing TALK Key again will
return you to the first call, placing the second call on hold.
H. Intercom:
1. Paging the base from handset
a. Handset : From STANDBY mode, press INT key to establish the
Intercom
b. Base: When the other party's voice is heard, answer through the
microphone.
2. Paging the handset from base
a. Base: Press INTERCOM key to establish the intercom.
b. Handset: Press any key except END key to answer intercom
I. Transferring calls:
During a call in progress, you can press FUN key first and then
followed by:
* Either the ID number of the target handset to place the call on hold
and be transferred to target handset.
* or press 0 0 key to place the call on hold and be transferred to
base.
* or press
key to transfer phone call to any one of the handsets.
Figure 7
Over 3 M (correct)
*
J. Walkie-Talkie between handsets:
Less than 3 M
(incorrect)
Over 3 M (correct)
Less than 3 M (incorrect)
Over 3 M
(correct)
1. Press FUN key, INT key then the ID number of the target handset to
establish this function.
2. During a call in progress, the call will be on hold.
3. You can continuously press smart switch to talk and release it to listen
To.
4. Base unit can join the conversation with two handsets by pressing
INTERCOM key. Pressing INTERCOM key again enables you to
disable this group conference.
5. You can press FUN INT
key to communication with any one
of the other handsets.
6. During the conference proceeding, the multi-Talk indicator of base
Unit will be turned on.
*
K. Voice Volume:
Figure 8
Figure 9
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Adjust the volume on the handset can be done during a call or when
in the TALK mode. When in the TALK mode, scrolling up or down the
smart switch can adjust the volume from 6 different levels.
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Basic Operation for Handset
Basic Operation for Base
A. Call function
A. Turn On/Off Handset:
1. When the handset is under power-off, you can press END key to turn
it on. A tone " DO-MI-SO" will be sounded.
2. When the handset is in the standby mode, you can press END key
to turn it off. A tone "SO-MI-DO" will be sounded.
B. Making Calls:
You can make an outgoing call in one of two ways.
1. From the STANDBY MODE, enter the number you wish to call. The
number you input will appear on the handset screen as typed, then
press TALK Key to make a call.
2. From the STANDBY MODE, you can press TALK Key to make a call.
When the dial tone is heard, you can dial a number and the screen
will display the number being dialed.
C. Answering Calls:
1. If the handset is in the base or charger, pick up the handset to
answer the call. Otherwise, press any key except END key to take
the incoming call.
2. If your caller ID service is available, the LCD screen on handset will
display name (FSK System only) and phone number as well as
icon Flashes.
3. "Missed calls" appears and followed by " " plus two digits represent
the numbers of unread calls. You can refer to the option of
ReceivedCalls for looking over its content.
*
D. Disconnecting calls:
From the TALK MODE, you can end a call by pressing
placing the handset in the base or charger.
END
A-2. Redial
Redial
While in standby mode, press
first, then press Redial .
A-3. Automatic Dialing
1. Storing phone numbers in memory (20 sets of 16-digit number
maximum) (in stand-by mode)
MEMORY
2 2 1 8 3 5 8 8
MEMORY
N
Phone number
Store
(N: 00~19)
2. If the base unit is connected to a PBX
We recommend you press REDIAL/P (PAUSE) followed the access
number 0 or 9 for an outside line and the phone number.
MEMORY
MEMORY
Store
0
REDIAL/P
Access No.
Pause
N
2 2 1 8 3 5 8 8
Phone No.
(stand-by mode)
Location(N:00~19)
Pressing REDIAL/P (PAUSE) once creates a 3 second pause.
This can prevents miss dialing when you redial or dial a stored
number.
key or by
E. Hands-free Speaker Phone:
Once press the
button on the right-upper corner of handset to
enter this function. The
icon will appear on the LCD screen It
allows the voice coming from the rear speaker in order that you can
make a conversation not need to hold the handset. The suggested
distance between the location of handset and your mouth for
performing this function is 30cm.
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A-1. Making calls
For example, dial the phone number 22183588.
2 2 1 8 3 5 8 8
Press
first, then dial the number after hearing the dial tone.
To hang up, press
again.
3. Dialing a stored number(in standby mode)
MEMORY
N (N: 00~19)
Auto dial the phone number stored in location " N ".
Press
First, then press MEMORY
N after hearing the
dial tone.
4. Answering Calls
Press
to answer a call.
To hang up, press
again.
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A-4. Paging the target handset from the base unit
(1) If you want to talk to a specific handset, please follow below steps.
N N
INTERCOM
paging
( N N is the ID of target handset)
Once only press INTERCOM key , it Means paging all handsets.
To stop paging, press INTERCOM again.
(2) Target handset: Press any key except END or pick it up if it is
placed on the base unit or on the charger to answer.
(3) Target handset: To end the intercom, press END key or place the
handset on the base unit or on the Charger.
NOTE:
1. Once paging from the base unit, a confirmed melody will sounds if
the base unit receives the response from the handset. If the melody
does not sound, it means that:
(1) The handset is off.
(2) The handset is out of communication range.
A-5. Intercom during a call
While you are using base unit making or answering a call, there are
two methods to talk to the handset but still hold the telephone call.
1. If you want to talk to any handset, please press INT key only. It will
hold the telephone call, send a hold music to the line and base unit
will page all handsets. Any one of the handsets can answer your
paging.
2. If you want to talk to a specific handset, please follow below steps.
HOLD
N
N
INTERCOM
paging
( N N is the ID of target handset)
The operations keep the telephone line and send hold music to the
line. And the base unit calls the target handset ID N N . Only
handset N N will respond to the paging.
3. During handset and base unit talking, either base unit or handset
can resume the call. In base unit, press
directly to resume the
call. In handset, press TALK Key to resume the call.
A-6. Transfer a phone
While you are using base unit making or answering a call, there are
two methods to transfer the phone call to other handsets.
1. Transfer
N N
or
( N N is the ID of target handset,
is for all handset)
*
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*
2.
*
HOLD
TRANSFER
N
N
or
( N N is the ID of target handsets,
is for all handsets)
3. You can hear the transfer tone " Do, Mi, So " about 30 second, if no
answer from target handset, you can hear feedback tones to alarm
you talking again.
*
B. Setting
B-1. Ring volume
During base unit in standby mode, press
or
There are at least 8 steps can be selected.
to adjust ring volume.
B-2. Voice volume
While base unit in Intercom or speakerphone mode, press
or
to adjust the voice volume. There're at least 7 steps can be selected.
B-3. Tone/Pulse dialing mode
There is a Tone/Pulse switch in the rear panel of base unit for you to
select the proper dialing mode.
B-4. Flash time setting
MEMORY
N
0
1
2
MEMORY
Flash
N
: flash time
: 80ms
3 :300ms
:100ms
4 :400ms
:200ms
5 :500ms
6 :600ms
7 :700ms
8 :800ms
B-5. M/B ratio
1. Set the M/B ratio=40/60
MEMORY
MEMORY
2. Set the M/B ratio=33/66
MEMORY
MEMORY
4
or
1
B-8. Set plus code Country code
MEMORY
MEMORY
2
B-9. Register new handset
MEMORY
MEMORY
9 :900ms
3
B-6. Set Ring Melody
MEMORY
MEMORY
B-7. Set area code
MEMORY
MEMORY
(0~9)
5
area code (max 3 digits)
plus country code (max 3 digits)
N
19
N ( N
N : New ID of handset)
10. Never push objects of any kind into this product through cabinet slots as
they may touch dangerous voltage points or short out parts that could
result in a risk of fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the
product.
11. To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not disassemble this product.
Take it to an authorized service center when service or repair work is
required. Opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous
voltages or other risk. Incorrect reassembly can cause electric shock
when the appliance is subsequently used.
12. Unplug this product from the wall outlet and refer servicing to an
authorized service center when the following conditions occur:
A. When the power supply cord or plug is damaged or frayed.
B. If liquid has been spilled into the product.
C. If the product has been exposed to rain or water.
D. If the product does not work normally by following operating
instructions. Adjust only those controls that are covered by the
operating instructions because improper adjustment of other
controls may result in damage and will often require extensive work
by a qualified technician to restore the product to normal operation.
E. If the product has been dropped or the cabinet has been damaged.
F. If the product exhibits a distinct change in performance.
13. Avoid using a telephone (other than a cordless type) during an electric
storm. There may be remote risk of electric shock from lightning.
14. Keep the outdoor antenna cable away from sources of high-voltage to
avoid electric shock when installing the outdoor antenna for this
product.
15. Do not use the telephone to report a gas leak in the vicinity of the leak.
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