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Cordless DT412 / DT422
BusinessPhone Communication Platform
User Guide
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
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Welcome .......................................................... 4
Important ......................................................... 6
Description ....................................................... 8
Incoming Calls ............................................... 23
Outgoing Calls ............................................... 26
Integrated Phonebook .................................... 33
System Phonebook ........................................ 38
During Calls .................................................... 40
Call Forwarding .............................................. 44
Absence Information ...................................... 50
Messages ...................................................... 54
Security .......................................................... 63
Group Features .............................................. 67
Other Useful Features ..................................... 70
Write Text ....................................................... 78
Alarm ............................................................. 81
Modes ........................................................... 84
Services ......................................................... 86
Settings .......................................................... 89
Audible Adjustments ...................................... 99
Alternative programming for Automatic Callback,
Camp-on, Intrusion ...................................... 103
Useful Hints .................................................. 104
Installation .................................................... 105
Reference .................................................... 108
Troubleshooting ............................................ 113
Glossary ....................................................... 115
Index ............................................................ 117
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Welcome
Welcome
Welcome to the User Guide for the Cordless phones DT412 and
DT422 of the BusinessPhone Communication Platform. The
BusinessPhone Communication Platform consists of
BusinessPhone Compact, BusinessPhone 50,
BusinessPhone 128i and BusinessPhone 250.
The features described in this User Guide are related to version 7.0
or higher of the BusinessPhone Communication Platform. Some
might not work in earlier versions of the system and/or might be
protected by a hardware dongle that has to be bought separately.
The latest version of this User Guide can also be downloaded from:
http://www.ericsson.com/enterprise/
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Declaration of Conformity
Hereby, Ericsson Enterprise AB, S-131 89 Stockholm,
declares that this telephone is in conformity with the essential
requirements and other relevant provisions of the R&TTE
directive 1999/5/EC.
Details to be found at:http://www.ericsson.com/sdoc
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Important
Important
This section describes the information that is important to know
before you use the Cordless phone and the functions described.
Note: This User Guide describes the supported
BusinessPhone Communication Platform functions
together with the most commonly used telephone specific
functions. All telephone specific functions are listed in the
menu structure “Menu structure” on page 15.
Preparing for use
Before using your Cordless the first time you have to charge and
connect the battery, see section “Installation” on page 105.
Note: Place the Cordless in the charger and charge it for at
least one hour before using it the first time.
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Important
Guidelines
Consider these suggestions and guidelines to keep your Cordless
in good shape and working properly.
Note: The Cordless does not contain user serviceable
parts. If your Cordless requires service you should return it
to the supplier or retailer from whom it was bought.
Intrinsic safety
The Cordless DT412 and DT422 are IP64 classified, which means
that they are robust, dust- and waterproof, designed for people
working in tough environments.
Battery handling
The NiMH battery contains environmental polluting material. If
damaged, return it to a collecting point.
Note: Only use the charger that is delivered with your
Cordless to charge the battery.
Cleaning
Clean the Cordless only with a soft, water dampened cloth. Using
soap or any other cleaning materials may discolor or damage the
Cordless. Clean the battery contacts using ethanol or isopropyl
alcohol.
Treatment
Although the Cordless phones are resistant to water spray, dust
and soil, you should always handle it with care. Do not expose the
Cordless to direct sunlight for long periods and keep it away from
excessive heat and moisture.
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Description
Description
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LED
A flashing LED indicates an incoming call or a message waiting.
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Volume Up/Down
Off hook: raise/lower speaker volume. See section “Audible
Adjustments” on page 99.
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Display
The display can for example show the battery, time, system, owner
ID/name, extension number and the Soft key information. See
sections “Display info” on page 11 and “Menu structure” on
page 15. It is possible to change the text size in the display, see
section “Settings” on page 89.
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Soft keys
The functions depend on the traffic state and will be shown on the
last line of the display. When you are requested to (see display),
press the required key to access the function. Used for different
choices in the menu structure (menu mode). In idle mode the
functions of the Soft keys can be changed by you. The middle Soft
key is also used to turn Loudspeaking on or off. See sections
“Settings” on page 89, “Display info” on page 11 and “Menu
structure” on page 15.
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Call key
Switch on. Make call, answer call, end call.
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Navigation key
Controls the movement of the cursor in the display. In idle mode,
the Navigation key (down) is used for entering the call list, the
Navigation key (up) for entering the message list, and pressing
Navigation key (left) will show the current date in the display
window. When navigating the menu structure the key is used for
moving up, down, back (left), or next (right).
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Menu key
Enter/Exit the menu mode, see sections “Display info” on page 11
and “Menu structure” on page 15. Also used to manually lock/
unlock the keypad, see section “Lock the keypad” on page 65.
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Keypad
Enter numbers and writing texts, see section “Write Text” on
page 78. Keys 0-9 can be programmed as Hot keys, see section
“Hot keys and Soft keys” on page 90.
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Microphone
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Mute key
Turn off/on audible signals in idle mode, silencing the ring signal at
an incoming call, and also to turn the microphone on/off during a
call.
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Description
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Alarm key (DT422 only)
Sending alarms and testing the Alarm function. See section “Alarm”
on page 81.
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Loudspeakers
One loudspeaker for ring signal and one for Loudspeaking. See
section “Loudspeaking (Handsfree)” on page 40.
Please note: The phone may retain small magnetic articles
around the earpiece region.
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Charging connector
See section “Installation” on page 105.
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Headset connector
See section “Installation” on page 105.
Note: Headset connector is optional.
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Display info
The display gives you visual feedback on all actions that you
perform, and also textual warnings. In idle mode the upper row is
used for icons and the clock. The next three rows are information
rows (20 possible characters in each row), showing system
information, names and numbers that you edit or dial, your owner
ID etc. The third information row is used for showing the status of
the Cordless (current mode). Examples of status information are;
Muted, In charger etc. When there is no status to show the row is
empty.
Note: It is possible to change the owner ID and the text size
in the display, see section “Settings” on page 89.
The lower row displays is the Soft key field. In idle 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;
Back, Options, Save etc. How to define the Soft keys in idle mode,
see section “Hot keys and Soft keys” on page 90.
The display
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System A
M.Smith
Info
Doctor
13:05
4736
Jobs
System connection messages
System A
No system
System indication
The Cordless is in contact with System A. It is also possible for the
system to be named something else, e.g. BusinessPhone.
Out of coverage
The Cordless is not in contact with any system. Please ask your
system administrator to log on the Cordless.
Note: When re-entering the coverage area it can take a
couple of minutes before the Cordless automatically has
registered into the system.
It is also possible to get an out of coverage warning signal,
contact your system administrator if you require this.
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Description
Display icons
Call / Off hook
Appears when your Cordless is off hook.
Audio signal off
Shown when all alert signals, including ring signal, message tone,
key beep etc. are turned off. High priority messages will however
override this setting. See section “Audible Adjustments” on
page 99.
Battery
Always shown in the display in idle mode. When the level is low it is
time to charge the battery. See section “Installation” on page 105.
Loudspeaking (handsfree)
Shown when the loudspeaker is activated and the Cordless is in
Loudspeaking operation (handsfree). See section “During Calls” on
page 40.
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Not answered call
Added to not answered calls in the call list. The number on the right
side of the icon shows the total number of missed calls.
Key
Indicates that your keypad is locked. See section “Settings” on
page 89.
Padlock
Indicates that the Cordless has been locked, and has to be
unlocked with a code before it can be used. See section “Lock/
Unlock the Cordless” on page 66.
Headset
Indicates that a headset is connected to the Cordless. See section
“Headset” on page 112.
Note: A headset can only be connected if the optional
headset connector is available.
No-movement alarm on (DT422 only)
Indicates that the No-movement alarm is activated. See section
“Alarm” on page 81.
Man-down alarm on (DT422 only)
Indicates that the Man-down alarm is activated. See section
“Alarm” on page 81.
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ABC
Upper case text input
Indicates that you can type upper case letters and numbers in text
input mode. See section “Write Text” on page 78.
abc
Lower case text input
Indicates that you can type lower case letters and numbers in text
input mode. See section “Write Text” on page 78.
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Number input
Indicates that you can type numbers in text input mode. See
section “Write Text” on page 78.
Incoming call
Added in front of incoming calls in the call list.
Outgoing call
Added in front of outgoing calls in the call list.
Add contact
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. See section “Integrated Phonebook” on page 33.
Contacts
Displayed when it is possible to get a phone number from the local
Phonebook, for example to add it to a function. See section
“Integrated Phonebook” on page 33.
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Diversion indicator
When displayed before a name or number it indicates that the
phone is diverted to another extension.
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Description
Menu tabs
The following tabs are displayed when you press the Menu key:
Messages
Here you can find the message list. See section “Messages” on
page 54.
Contacts
Here you can find the local Phonebook, the central Phonebook and
the call list. See sections “Integrated Phonebook” on page 33 and
“Dial number from the call list” on page 28.
Modes
Here you can select between modes, and change or edit modes.
See section “Modes” on page 84.
Services
Here you can select, add, delete, or change a Service function. See
section “Services” on page 86.
Settings
Here you can handle your Cordless settings. See section “Settings”
on page 89.
To navigate the menus, see section “Menu structure” on page 15.
Additional display features
Depending on which network you are connected to, additional
display features are available. Ask your system administrator if you
require additional display features.
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Menu structure
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The available Cordless specific phone and network functions can
be accessed via the menus.
Press the Menu key to enter or exit the menus.
The last used tab is marked, or if the Cordless has been restarted,
the menu tab Contacts.
Use the Navigation key (left/right) to choose tab and press the
Navigation key (down) to open it; a heading is shown and the first
alternative is marked. Use the Navigation key (up/down) to step in
the alternatives and select one by pressing Navigation key (right).
Notes:
Since the Cordless can be used in several networks, some
functions might not be supported in your network.
A parameter setting in the SIM card determines if changes
that are made from the menu is saved on the SIM card. If
changes are not saved on the SIM card, they will be
discarded when the Cordless is restarted.
Messages tab
Message list >
Message 1 >
Message 2 >
.
.
Message 20 >
Message 1 (time/date)
Contacts tab
Local phonebook >
Central phonebook
Entry 1 >
Entry 2 >
.
.
Entry 100 >
Call list >
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Name: .....
Number: .....
Call number 1
Call number 2
.
.
.
.
.
Call number 20
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Modes tab
Normal >
In charger >
Headset >
Outdoor >
Mode 4 >
Mode 5 >
Mode 6 >
Mode 7 >
Mode 8 >
Mode 9 >
Switch off
Volume >
(Level 1,2..5, Silent)
Ring signals >
Vibrator (on/off)
Key beep (on/off)
Internal call: >
External call: >
Callback: >
Alarm settings* >
No-movement (on/off)
Man-down (on/off)
Beep
Low
Medium
High
Mixed
Ordinary
Auto
Loud
Auto loud
Answer: >
Soft key**
Name: ...
* Only available for the DT422 phone.
** See section “Settings tab” on page 17 for more information.
Services tab
Service 1 >
Service 2 >
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.
Service 10 >
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Name: ....
Function:
Phone call
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Settings tab
Alert signals >
Volume: >
(Level 1,2..5, Silent)
Internal call: >
External call: >
Callback: >
Ring signals >
Vibrator (on/off)
Key beep (on/off)
Alarm settings*>
No-movement (on/off)
Man-down (on/off)
Soft key >
Left: >
Middle: >
Right: >
Hot key >
Name: ....
Function: >
0, 1, 2.....9 >
Phone call
Short-cut
Change mode
Not used
Beep
Low
Medium
High
Mixed
Local phonebook
Central phonebook
Services
Switch off
No-movement *
Man-down *
Edit alarm data *
Change system
Demo Mess 1
Demo Mess 2
RSSI **
* Only available for the DT422 phone.
** RSSI stands for “Radio Signal Strength Indicator”
General >
System >
Language >
(English, etc)
Text size >
Small
Medium
Clock >
Auto key lock
Quick answer
Owner ID
Auto setting
Manual setting
Select system >
Auto, System A.....D
Register >
System A.....D
Information >
IPDI / IPEI / SW version / AP SW version
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Description
Customizing the menus
Your system administrator can customize the menus by hiding
some of the functions that are available. Which functions are
hidden depends on the settings of the SIM card. The following
functions can be hidden:
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Deletion of messages - The options Delete and Delete
are hidden.
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Administration of local Phonebook - It is not possible to add
new entries, or edit and delete existing entries.
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Editing modes - The settings for the modes cannot be altered.
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Changing modes - The option Select is hidden, i.e. it is not
possible to change modes from the menu.
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Switch off handset - It is not possible to switch off the
Cordless from the Modes menu.
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Administration of services - It is not possible to add new
services, or edit and delete existing services.
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Changing alert signals - The Alert
the menu is hidden.
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Changing alarm settings - The Alarm
in the menu is hidden.
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Administration of Soft keys - The Soft
menu is hidden.
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Administration of Hot keys - The Hot
menu is hidden.
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Edit of Hot keys - The option Edit is hidden. It is possible to
see the settings for the Hot keys.
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Changing general settings - The General
alternative in the menu is hidden.
signals
alternative in
settings
alternative
key alternative
key
all
in the
alternative in the
settings
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Changing system* - The Select
menu is hidden.
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Register system* - The Register alternative in the menu is
hidden.
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Delete system - The option Delete is hidden.
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Location test* - The Location
hidden.
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Central phonebook address - When an address to the
central Phonebook is specified, the alternative Central
phonebook will appear in the Contacts menu and the shortcuts list. At delivery the address is set to 999999.
system
alternative in the
test alternative
in the menu is
* If all these alternatives are hidden the System alternative in the
menu will be hidden.
Each mode in the menu can be hidden individually. This makes it
possible to remove modes that are not used from the menu. Note
that it is still possible to change to the hidden modes with help of
Soft and Hot keys.
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Tones
Tones are audible in the Cordless.
Dial tone
(System ready to accept digits)
Special dial tone
(System ready to accept digits,
active Diversion on phone)
Ringing tone
- repeated after 4 s
(Ringing signal to called party)
Special ringing tone
- repeated after 4 s
(Ringing signal to Line 2)
Busy tone
(Called party is busy)
Number unobtainable tone
(Called number not accessible or vacant)
Call Waiting tone
Blocking tone
(Call cannot be executed due to congestion
or called party blocked)
Verification tone
(Verification that ordered function is
accessed)
Intrusion tone
(Sent to all parties during Intrusion)
Conference tone
- repeated after 15 s
(Sent to all participants in a Conference)
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Signals
Ringing signals are emitted from the phone.
Internal ringing signal
- repeated after 4 s
External ringing signal
- repeated after 4 s
Automatic Callback signal
Note: The tones and ringing signals in this User Guide refer
to the standard system but may vary between countries.
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Description
Switching on/off the Cordless
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Switch on
Press and hold until the display lights up.
If the Cordless does not switch on or the Battery icon is displayed,
the battery is low. Charge the battery.
The display shows:
Switch on?
No
Yes
Yes
Press within two seconds to confirm (see display).
Now you can use your Cordless.
Notes:
If the message No
answer calls.
System is
displayed you cannot make or
Depending on system programming, your Cordless can be
automatically locked. To unlock the Cordless, see section
“Lock/Unlock the Cordless” on page 66.
Switch off
Notes:
During calls, you cannot switch off your Cordless.
It is recommended that you program the Switch off function
as a Hot key, see section “Hot keys and Soft keys” on
page 90. If you do not program a Hot key, you can use the
menus, see section “Modes” on page 84.
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If you have programmed a Hot key:
Press and hold the Hot key.
Switch off is displayed and after a few seconds, the display turns
blank. Now your Cordless is switched off.
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Incoming Calls
Incoming Calls
A ringing signal and the flashing red LED indicate an incoming call.
The twenty last received/dialled telephone numbers are stored in
the call list, see section “Dial number from the call list” on page 28.
Answer calls
The caller’s number and the Call icon is displayed:
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13:05
Press to answer.
If the number is in the Phonebook, the name is shown instead.
Note: Calls can be answered at any time, no matter if you
are programming, or keying in a number etc.
When a headset is connected to the Cordless, the button
on the headset can be used to answer the call.
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Incoming Calls
Mute ringing signal
If the Cordless rings at an inconvenient moment:
æ
ä
Press the Mute key on the right side of the Cordless to
suppress the ringing.
All alert signals, including the vibrator, will silence for this specific
call. See section “Description” on page 8 for the location of the
Mute key.
Press to answer the call.
Handsfree
Press the middle Soft key to answer the call in handsfree
speaking mode.
You are connected to the caller via the loudspeaker and
microphone.
Note: Which key to press depends on the answering
method used, to change the answering method see section
“Change answering method” on page 25.
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End the call
Press.
The display shows the duration of the call.
Note: When a headset is connected to the Cordless, the
button on the headset can be used to end the call.
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Incoming Calls
Change answering method
You can choose; Ordinary, Auto, Loud, or Auto
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à á
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á
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á
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or
Select
loud.
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Ordinary; press the middle Soft key and the call is connected
with Loudspeaking function turned on.
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Auto; the call is automatically connected (call is not connected
with Loudspeaking function).
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Loud; press the Call key and the call is connected with
Loudspeaking function turned on.
•
Auto loud;
the call is automatically connected with
Loudspeaking function turned on after 2 signals (calls can be
answered as usual before that).
Press.
The last used tab is marked.
Select Modes.
Press to enter Modes.
Select Normal.
Select Answer.
Press.
Select the required answering method.
Press (see display).
The name of the selected method is shown. The new answering
method is selected.
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Outgoing Calls
Outgoing Calls
Sometimes you make a call but the person is not available. These
functions will help you in your attempts to establish contact with the
called party.
You can also make a call via the “Integrated Phonebook” on
page 33 or the “System Phonebook” on page 38
Make calls
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On hook
Enter the telephone number and press.
The number is shown in the display. Your Cordless will go off hook
and establish the connection. The number is stored in the call list.
The number may be any of the following:
*
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an internal directory number,
•
an external number, where 0 is the digit for external call access.
Note: Which digit to press for external line access depends
on the configuration of the system.
Press shortly to insert a pause if you have to wait for dial
tone.
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Outgoing Calls
Notes:
Correct a wrong entry by pressing C (see display). If you
decide not to make the call while keying in the number,
press C (see display) to stop.
It is possible to turn on/off the tone sender in a predialled
number by making a long press on the * key (e.g. when
calling telephone banks). Tone sender on will be indicated
with a T in the number, and off with -. 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.
You can make your calls faster by programming Soft/Hot
keys with frequently used numbers. See section “Program
a Hot key or a Soft key with a phone number” on page 92.
Off hook
æ
å
If you prefer to dial a number off hook:
Press.
Dial tone.
Key your number on-line.
Notes:
When dialling this way, you cannot press C (see display) to
erase digits.
The number is not stored in the call list.
Handsfree
ä
While you are waiting for a connection, dial tone or during the call:
Press the middle Soft key.
You are connected to the caller via the loudspeaker and
microphone.
Note: Which key to press depends on the answering
method used, to change the answering method see section
“Change answering method” on page 25.
æ
End the call
Press.
The display shows the duration of the call.
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Outgoing Calls
Last External Number Redial
*** æ
When you initiate an external call the system automatically stores all
the dialled digits, irrespective of whether the call was successful or
not.
Press to redial the last dialled external number.
The display will show the dialled number.
Dial number from the call list
The twenty last received/dialled telephone numbers are stored in
the call list. You can dial one of these numbers by selecting the
number from the call list.
ã
If the Clock and Date function is set, you can on the same day the
call was received/dialled, see the time for the call. The time stamp
is changed to a date stamp the following day. See section “Clock
settings” on page 95.
Press until the desired number is displayed.
You can store numbers permanently by adding them to your
Phonebook, see section “Save a number from the call list to the
Phonebook” on page 35.
If you want to edit the number:
å
Edit
æ
Press (see display).
Make the required changes.
Press to dial.
The display will show the dialled number.
Note: The call list will be cleared if the power of your
Cordless is lost.
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Outgoing Calls
Delete a number from the call list
ã
Options
Select
When your Cordless is in idle mode:
Press until the desired number is displayed.
Press (see display).
Delete is marked.
Press (see display).
Number deleted is displayed and the number is deleted.
Delete all numbers from the call list
ã
Options
ã
Select
When your Cordless is in idle mode:
Press to enter the call list.
The first number in the call list is marked.
Press (see display).
Delete is marked.
Select Delete
all.
Press (see display).
The display shows:
Delete all numbers?
No
Yes
Yes
Press (see display).
All numbers are deleted.
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Outgoing Calls
Automatic Callback
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æ
You call an extension and receive busy tone or get no answer.
Press.
Verification tone.
Note: The number for automatic callback may differ from
country to country, see table “Alternative programming for
Automatic Callback, Camp-on, Intrusion” on page 103
Press.
You are called back if the extension finishes the ongoing call or the
next time the extension finishes a new call. You have to answer
within eight seconds otherwise the Callback service is cancelled.
Busy extension
You call an extension and receive busy tone.
Camp-on
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You can notify a busy extension of your call by a muted ringing call
(if this function is allowed).
Press to Camp-on.
Keep the Cordless off hook. When the called extension replaces
the handset, it will be called automatically.
Note: The number for camp on may differ from country to
country, see table “Alternative programming for Automatic
Callback, Camp-on, Intrusion” on page 103.
If you receive the busy tone again, the desired extension
does not allow Camp-on.
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Outgoing Calls
Intrusion
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You can intrude on an ongoing call on a busy extension (if this
function is allowed).
Press to intrude.
Intrusion tone is heard and a three-party call is established. When
the called extension replaces the handset and you keep off hook,
the called extension will be recalled automatically.
Note: The number for intrusion may differ from country to
country, see table “Alternative programming for Automatic
Callback, Camp-on, Intrusion” on page 103.
If you still hear the busy tone, then your extension does not
have the authority to intrude or the desired extension is
protected against Intrusion.
Diverted extension
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Bypass Call Forwarding makes it possible to call a specific
extension, even if Call Forwarding is activated on this extension.
Press.
Dial and enter the extension number.
Press.
You will be connected to the specified extension, regardless of
which type of Call Forwarding the called extension has activated.
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Outgoing Calls
Common Abbreviated Numbers
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External numbers are stored centrally in your BusinessPhone
Communication Platform. Common Abbreviated Numbers can be
dialled from every extension that has the authority to do so.
Dial the Common Abbreviated Number.
Please refer to your telephone directory.
Press to make the call.
Dial a number via Hot key or Soft key
The Hot key or Soft key has to be preprogrammed with a number,
see section “Hot keys and Soft keys” on page 90.
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Via Hot key
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Via Soft key
Press and hold the preprogrammed Hot key.
A number between 0 and 9. The display shows the
preprogrammed number. The number is dialled and the connection
will be established automatically.
Press the preprogrammed Soft key (see display).
The display shows the preprogrammed number. The number is
dialled and the connection will be established automatically.
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Integrated Phonebook
Integrated Phonebook
Your Cordless is equipped with a local Phonebook (personal) where
you can make up to 100 entries (names and numbers). The
Phonebook entries are stored in the SIM card in your Cordless.
Notes:
Phonebook numbers have a maximum of 22 digits and
Phonebook names have a maximum of 16 characters.
An indication that the Phonebook is full (indicated with a
beep), means that you have to delete an entry before you
can add a new one.
You can also open the Phonebook by programming a Soft/
Hot key. See section “Hot keys and Soft keys” on page 90.
As an alternative to the integarted Phonebook you can also use the
“System Phonebook” on page 38.
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Integrated Phonebook
Enter the Phonebook
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á
or
Access the names and numbers of the Phonebook.
Press.
The last used tab is marked.
Select Contacts.
Press to enter Contacts.
Select Local phonebook.
The name list is shown.
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Local phon
Adam
>
Bob
Add
Delete
Charlie
Find
Make a call via the Phonebook
When you have accessed the central or local Phonebook:
Find
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Press (see display).
Find:_ is displayed.
Press the key which has the first letter of the name you are
looking for.
How to write text, see section “Write Text” on page 78.
Press to confirm (see display).
The first name beginning with that letter is displayed.
Scroll up or down until you find the name.
Press.
The number is dialled.
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Integrated Phonebook
Add a name and a number to the
Phonebook
When you have accessed the Phonebook:
Add
Press (see display).
Name:_
Number:
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C
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Save
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à á
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â ã
or
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Save
Back
ABC
C
Save
Enter the name.
How to write text, see section “Write Text” on page 78.
Press to correct a wrong entry (see display).
Press.
Enter the telephone number and press (see display).
The name and number are stored in the Phonebook.
Save a number from the call list to the
Phonebook
Press.
The last used tab is marked.
Select Contacts.
Press to enter Contacts.
Select Call list.
The call list is shown.
Scroll up or down until you find the number.
Press.
The number is automatically added to the Phonebook.
Enter the name and press (see display).
How to write text, see section “Write Text” on page 78. The name
and number are stored in the Phonebook.
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Integrated Phonebook
Change a name and a number in the
Phonebook
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á
or
Edit
When you have accessed the Phonebook:
Scroll up or down until you find the name.
Select the name.
Press (see display).
Name: Adam
Number: 001811005555
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Save
Back
ABC
C
Save
Edit the name.
How to write text, see section “Write Text” on page 78.
Press to correct a wrong entry (see display).
Press.
Edit the telephone number and press (see display).
The name and number are changed.
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Integrated Phonebook
Delete a name and a number from the
Phonebook
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á
or
Delete
When you have accessed the Phonebook:
Scroll up or down until you find the name.
Select the name.
The name and number is displayed.
Press (see display).
Delete entry?
No
Yes
Yes
Press to delete the name and number (see display).
The name and number are deleted.
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System Phonebook
System Phonebook
Compared to the “Integrated Phonebook” on page 33 which is a
cordless phone specific function, the System Phonebook is stored
in the BusinessPhone the system.
The System Phonebook covers internal directory numbers as well
as external common abbreviated numbers.
As the System Phonebook is available for several telephone types
the access as well as the navigation within the Phonebook is kept
generic which means it will be controlled via the normal keypad.
If you prefer the handling via the menu- and navigation keys please
contact your administrator to setup a company Phonebook on your
cordless phone.
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Use the System Phonebook
Press to search for internal directory numbers
Or:
Press to search for external common abbreviated numbers
To exit the System Phonebook
Press to exit
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System Phonebook
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Make a Call
Enter the first letter(s) of the name.
For information on how to write text, see section “Write Text” on
page 78.
Note: In order to step through the whole System
Phonebook, you can start the search function immediately
without entering the first letter(s) of the name.
Press to activate the search function
Search routine was successful
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The first entry which matches with your entered letter(s) will be
displayed.
Press to scroll forward in the list
Or:
Press to scroll backward in the list
By reaching the beginning or the end of the list a short beep tone
will be sent.
Press to call the desired list entry
The number is dialled and “Calling” is displayed.
Search routine was successful
If no entry fulfils the search criteria, the display shows:
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“SORRY - NO SUCH NAME”.
Press to start a new search
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During Calls
During Calls
The BusinessPhone Communication Platform allows you to handle
calls in many different ways. You can make an inquiry, transfer the
call, create a conference, mute the microphone and ringer or put
the call on hold to perform other tasks.
Loudspeaking (Handsfree)
This function is extremely useful in situations when you need to
have a conversation over the Cordless while having your hands free
for other tasks (handsfree).
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To activate Loudspeaking during a call:
Press the middle Soft key to activate handsfree speaking
mode.
You are connected to the caller via the loudspeaker and
microphone.
Note: You can adjust the volume, see section “Audible
Adjustments” on page 99.
Press again to deactivate handsfree speaking mode.
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During Calls
Mute microphone
To mute the microphone during an ongoing conversation:
Press the Mute key at the right side of the Cordless to turn
the microphone off.
The microphone is disconnected and the caller will not hear an
ongoing conversation or environmental noises. The text Muted is
shown in the display when the microphone is off during a call.
Press the Mute key again to turn the microphone on.
Note: It is advised to use this feature instead of putting a
call on hold. A call on hold may be diverted to your operator,
directly or after some time.
Inquiry
During an ongoing conversation you like to make an Inquiry to an
internal or external party.
R
å
Press (see display).
The first call is put on hold. Dial tone.
Call the third party.
When the third party answers, you can switch between the calls,
create a Conference and end one of the calls.
Refer back
R
R
2
1
You can switch between the connected parties:
Switch between calls (see display).
Press to terminate (see display).
The ongoing call is terminated. The other call is connected.
Note: Sometimes R (see display) must be pressed twice.
Whether you can put internal calls on hold or transfer calls
to external lines depends on your Exchange (PBX). Consult
your system administrator.
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During Calls
Transfer
You have an ongoing internal or external conversation and you
want to transfer an ongoing call.
R
å
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Press (see display).
The first call is put on hold. Dial tone.
Call the third party.
You can transfer the call before answer or wait for answer.
Note: Make sure, that you are connected to the desired
party. Please read the notes and warnings in section “Useful
Hints” on page 104.
Press.
The call is transferred.
Transfer to a busy extension
You can even transfer calls to busy extensions. The other party will
hear a muted signal (Camp-on), and the call will be extended, as
soon as the ongoing call is terminated (if Camp-on is allowed).
Callback
You are called back, if you have transferred an external call and the
other extension has not answered the call within a certain time.
Your Cordless will ring again.
Call Waiting
If you hear the Call Waiting tone during an ongoing conversation,
another person is trying to contact you.
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To terminate the ongoing call and answer the waiting call:
Press to finish the ongoing call.
The waiting call is signalled on your Cordless.
Press to answer the new call.
Note: The Call Waiting function might be blocked for use on
your extension (programmed by system administrator).
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During Calls
Conference
You have an ongoing conversation and you want to establish a
telephone conference.
R
å
3
R
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Press (see display).
The first call is put on hold. Dial tone.
Call the third party.
Press to establish a three party conference.
Now you have established a three party conference. To indicate the
conference, all conference members will hear a periodical
conference tone.
Repeat the procedure to include other persons into the
Conference.
In this way, you can include up to six parties in a conversation. How
many of them can be external callers depends on the programming
of the system.
End the call to leave the Conference.
Answer a conference call
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A Conference call is indicated by a different signal compared to
normal calls and a text message. The Conference call must be
answered within a pre-set time (default 30 seconds). A normal call
in progress has higher priority, but if the normal call is ended before
the pre-set time, the conference call indication starts and the call
can be answered.
Press to answer the conference call.
You are connected to the conference.
Put a call on hold
You have an ongoing conversation. Now you want to put the
ongoing call on hold for a short while.
R
Press (see display).
The call is put on hold. Dial tone.
R
Press again to resume the call (see display).
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Call Forwarding
Call Forwarding
When you are not available to take calls or decide to answer your
calls on another extension, it is useful to forward your calls to an
alternate answering position.
If you urgently need to talk to someone who has forwarded his
calls, the system is also equipped with a bypass function, see
section “Diverted extension” on page 31.
Depending on the type of Diversion you are also able to record your
Personal Greeting, see section “Personal Greeting” on page 56.
Note: You can still make calls as usual.
Diversion when caller receives busy tone
If your extension is busy and you receive an incoming call (internal
or external), your system administrator can program your extension
to automatically divert the call to a programmed Diversion address.
Diversion when there is no answer
If you are not available to answer incoming calls (internal or
external), your system administrator can program your extension to
automatically divert calls to a programmed Diversion address
(default time: 15 seconds).
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Call Forwarding
Fixed Diversion
This function directs your calls to a preprogrammed answering
position (e.g. secretary).
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Activate Fixed Diversion
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Cancel Diversion
Press.
Dial.
Special dial tone. All calls to your extension are directed to a
preprogrammed address.
Press.
Dial.
Special dial tone.
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Call Forwarding
Individual Diversion
This feature gives you the possibility to divert your calls to internal
and external positions, e.g. to any directory number, a colleague’s
extension, an external number or a Common Abbreviated Number
(e.g. your car phone).
Note: In order to prevent misuse, Individual External
Diversion can be blocked for your extension, see section
“Security” on page 63.
Program and activate Internal Diversion
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Divert your calls to an internal position.
Press.
Dial.
Enter the new Directory number (Diversion address) and
press.
Verification tone. You can make outgoing calls as usual. A special
dial tone reminds you that Call Forwarding is active.
Note: An individual internal Diversion cannot be activated if
an Individual External Diversion is already activated.
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Cancel Internal Diversion
Press.
Dial.
Individual Diversion is cancelled.
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Call Forwarding
Program and activate a new External Diversion address
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To set a new Individual External Diversion address:
Press.
Dial.
Dial the digit(s) for external call access and enter the new
External Diversion address.
A maximum of 24 digits.
Note: Which digit to press for external line access depends
on the configuration of the system.
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If your public network requires waiting for a second dial
tone, press *.
Press to activate the Individual Diversion.
Verification tone.
Note: Before you leave, call your extension to check if the
External Diversion has been set up correctly. This way you
can make sure that the number has been programmed
properly and that your calls will not be diverted to another
person by mistake. Individual External Diversion can also be
used via the DISA function, see section “Other Useful
Features” on page 70.
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Cancel External Diversion
Press and dial.
Note: The programmed Diversion address is not removed
from the memory, the Diversion is just inactive.
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Call Forwarding
Re-activate External Diversion
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Divert your calls to an external position:
Press.
Dial to activate the programmed External Diversion.
Press.
You can make outgoing calls as usual. A special dial tone reminds
you that Call forwarding is active.
Follow-me
If your Cordless is not available, you can still answer your calls by
forwarding them to where you are. To activate Follow-me, Individual
Diversion must be active on your Cordless.
Activate Follow-me
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Note: This procedure has to be executed from the phone
the calls are diverted to.
Press.
Dial.
Dial your number and press.
Dial the new number to where incoming calls should be
diverted.
Press.
Special dial tone. Display example:
FOLLOW ME
4736-> 4321
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13:05
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Call Forwarding
Cancel Follow-me
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Follow-me and Individual Diversion can also be cancelled from the
answering position.
Press.
Dial.
Dial your number.
Press to cancel Follow-me.
Dial tone.
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Absence Information
Absence Information
If you are not in the office for a certain period of time (e.g. meeting,
vacation, lunch, illness), this feature allows you to inform your
callers why you are absent. External callers will be routed to the
operator who also has access to your Absence Information.
Note: When you have activated a Diversion with a Personal
Greeting, callers will receive this greeting instead of your
activated Absence Information, see section “Personal
Greeting” on page 56.
You can inform your callers with:
1 Pre-defined texts
Enter the reason for your absence and the date and time of your
return. Internal callers receive the information on the display (or as
spoken information to callers without display phone).
2 Voice information
Record a voice message and name the reason of your absence.
Internal callers will hear the information via the handset or the
loudspeaker.
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Absence Information
Enter information
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To store Text or Voice information.
Press.
Dial to enter the information mode.
Select Pre-defined text or Voice
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information.
Voice information
Press.
Dial to enter the information mode.
Press and speak.
Press to play-back and listen to your recording.
Press and speak to re-record.
Press to send.
Information active.
Note: You can dial your own extension number if you want
to check your information.
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Absence Information
Pre-defined texts
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See table below.
Enter Code and
Enter Completing info.
Time of return
Date of return
Lunch
Meeting
Vacation
Illness
Code
1
2
3
4
5
6
Completing info
hour (00-23) minute (00-59)
month (01-12) day (01-31)
back at, hour minute
back at, hour minute
back, month day
back, month day
Press to enter the information.
Verification tone.
Pre-defined texts example:
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0627
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Vacation, back June 27
Press.
Dial.
Enter Code.
Enter month and day.
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Absence Information
Save information
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When the information is active:
Press.
Dial.
Press.
Verification tone. Information is passive and stored for later use.
Use saved information
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When the information is switched off:
Press.
Dial.
Press to activate saved info.
Verification tone. Information is active.
Note: You can edit a Soft/Hot key to activate or deactivate
the information, see section “Hot keys and Soft keys” on
page 90.
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Erase information
Press.
Dial to erase info.
Verification tone.
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Messages
Messages
By using the Message system you can send, receive, forward and
store different kinds of messages. You have also access to a
number of helpful features, like recording an ongoing conversation,
placing external calls via the company network and many more ...
Password protection
The first time you enter the Message system (only possible from
your own extension) you might be requested to change your
Password if it is default (0000).
Note: Some systems are programmed to allow the default
Password.
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Follow the voice announcements.
You are requested to enter a new Password, confirm and save it. If
you use the default Password, you are requested to try again.
Press to finish the procedure.
Or:
Continue with any of the Message functions.
If you want to change your Password again, see section “Change
Password” on page 63.
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Messages
Individual Mailbox system
Callers are able to leave messages in your Individual Mailbox. The
Mailbox system is a part of the Message system.
Activate
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Divert your extension to the Mailbox system.
Press.
Dial.
Dial the number for the Mailbox system.
Ask the system administrator for your defined Mailbox system
number.
Press.
Special dial tone.
Deactivate
Press.
Dial.
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Messages
Personal Greeting
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Depending on the type of Diversion you want to activate, you can
leave three different Personal Greetings to the caller. You can
activate a Diversion when a caller receives busy tone, when there is
no answer, or you can activate the Individual Diversion for all your
calls.
Dial.
Press.
During this procedure you will be asked for your extension number.
Depending on the system configuration you may be asked for a
Password, too.
Press to configure your Personal Greeting.
Enter Diversion code.
Select an option below and follow the voice announcements.
Type of Diversion
Diversion greeting on busy
Diversion greeting on no reply
Individual Diversion greeting
Code
1
2
3
Press to store the recorded greeting.
When you activate the Diversion, the recorded greeting is played to
the next caller.
Press to end.
Note: When you have activated a Diversion with a Personal
Greeting, callers will receive this greeting even if you have
activated the Absence Information, see section “Absence
Information” on page 50.
Retrieve messages internally
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When you have received a message.
Press.
Dial.
See section “Check and store received messages” on page 59.
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Messages
Retrieve messages externally
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To retrieve your messages from an external position:
Dial your company’s telephone number.
Dial the number for the Mailbox system.
During the procedure you will be asked for your extension number
and your Password.
Note: You cannot use the default Password 0000 to
retrieve messages from an external position, you have to
change your Password first, see section “Change
Password” on page 63.
The following Mailbox functions can also be used from an external
position:
•
Change Password
•
Check and Store Received Messages
•
Forward a Voice Message
•
Send Message
•
Outcall (External) Notification
•
Personal Greeting
Outcall (External) Notification
With this function the Message system can notify you when new
Voice messages arrive. You can specify an external number, where
you will be called at a preprogrammed time or as soon as a new
message arrives.
Note: This feature may be restricted or not available. Ask
the system administrator for the availability and more
information.
You can be notified in two different ways (depending on the
programming of the system):
Notification with mailbox access:
You acknowledge the Notification via your Password (has to differ
from the default value 0000). See section “Change Password” on
page 63 to select a new Password. You have full access to the
Mailbox system.
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Messages
Notification without mailbox access:
You get a short voice announcement, informing that someone has
left a message for you. You acknowledge the Notification by
pressing any key. You have to callback the Mailbox system to
retrieve the message.
Note: If you do not acknowledge the Notification within the
preprogrammed time, the connection is cancelled and
repeated later (ask the system administrator for the
programmed number of Notification attempts).
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To program Outcall (External) Notification:
Dial.
Note: Depending on the configuration, you might be asked
for your Password.
Follow the voice announcements.
You can program the external Notification number, the Notification
time and activate/deactivate the function. The external number
(including the digit(s) for external call access) can consist of up to
24 digits. The time is entered in 24h-format, e.g. 2030 for half past
eight. Values are automatically set to even quarters, i.e. 2013 will
be 2015.
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Note: The Notification number and time must be
programmed before you activate the Notification.
Press to finish the procedure.
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Check and store received messages
When you receive a new message, the flashing LED, accompanied
by a message tone and/or a vibrating telephone, give you notice of
a message (a special dial tone can also be used to indicate a
waiting message, if programmed).
The message tone can be silenced by a press on the Mute key.
Note: The message tone will break through silent mode if
the message is urgent.
Received messages are divided into following three categories:
•
New messages (not heard)
•
Heard messages
•
Stored messages
Voice messages can also be forwarded to other Mailbox numbers
(individual or common), see section “Forward a Voice message” on
page 60.
Note: Messages are deleted from the system after a certain
time. The time depends upon the category of the message.
Please ask your system administrator regarding this.
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Call Me and Voice messages:
Press.
Dial.
You can check and store your received messages. Up to
20 messages can be stored. Voice messages will be heard via the
loudspeaker. Call Me messages will call the sender automatically
(these messages cannot be stored).
Note: Depending on the configuration, you might be asked
for your Password before you can retrieve your messages.
See section “Security” on page 63.
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Messages
Forward a Voice message
*59#
Your received Voice messages (in the Individual Mailbox) can be
forwarded to other Mailbox numbers (Individual or Common). When
you Forward a Voice message to an Individual Mailbox, the Mailbox
number is the same as the extension number.
Dial.
Note: Depending on the configuration, you might be asked
for your Password before you can retrieve your messages.
See section “Security” on page 63.
Follow the voice announcements.
You can forward new, heard or stored voice messages.
Note: The forwarded message is a copy, i.e. it can be
deleted without deleting the original message.
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Repeat the procedure to forward the message to another
mailbox.
Press to finish the procedure.
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Send message
You call an extension and receive the busy tone or no answer.
Two possibilities exist:
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1
Callback message (Call Me message)
2
Voice message
Callback (Call Me message)
Press to send a Call Me message.
Voice message
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If you want, you can send a Voice message instead:
Press and speak.
Press to play-back.
Press and speak to re-record.
Press to send.
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Messages
Dictaphone function
If you want to record and retrieve personal Voice messages you
can use the Dictaphone function. A Dictaphone message is treated
as a normal message. How to retrieve Dictaphone messages, see
section “Check and store received messages” on page 59.
Record message
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To start the recording:
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Select options below:
Press.
Dial and record your message.
The maximum recording time is four minutes and 15 seconds.
Press to play-back.
Press and speak to re-record.
Press to stop the recording and save the message.
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Security
Security
You can use your four-digit Password for blocking your Cordless
from unauthorized use, for making external calls from any blocked
extension, for entering the Message system or when you are using
the DISA function.
Note: The first time you enter the Message system you
might be requested to change your Password if it is default
(0000). This procedure is performed directly in the Message
system. See section “Messages” on page 54.
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Change Password
Press.
Dial to select a new Password.
Dial your present Password.
The default Password is 0000.
Press.
Dial your new Password.
Press.
Verification tone.
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Security
Bypass blocked extension
In order to make a call, you can temporarily bypass a blocked
extension.
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Bypass own extension
Dial.
Dial your Password.
Press.
Dial tone. You can make one call from your extension.
Bypass another extension
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This makes it possible to make a call on another, blocked
extension, by using your Password.
Dial.
Dial your Password.
Press.
Dial your extension number.
Press.
Dial tone. You can make one call from the blocked extension.
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Security
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Block extension
Press.
Dial to block your extension.
Verification tone.
Un-block extension
Press.
Dial.
Dial your Password.
Press to re-open.
Verification tone. Your extension is open for use.
Lock the keypad
You can lock your keypad to avoid accidental activation or dialling a
number by mistake. The following procedure describes the manual
lock, but it is recommended to always have the automatic lock on.
How to set the automatic key lock, see section “Automatic key
lock” on page 96.
ç*
Lock/Unlock the keypad manually
Press to lock/unlock the keypad.
The Key icon indicates that your keypad is locked.
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Security
Lock/Unlock the Cordless
You can protect your Cordless from being used by others by
locking it automatically when placed in a charger or switched off.
The Cordless can only be unlocked with a four digit code.
Notes:
When the Cordless is locked, it is still possible to send all
types of alarms.
This function requires a SIM card parameter setting. The
function can only be enabled/disabled in the SIM card, not
from the Cordless. The code is set in the SIM card and
cannot be changed from the Cordless.
Unlock the Cordless
The Padlock icon indicates when your Cordless is locked.
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With the Cordless switched on:
Dial your four digit code.
Now you can use your Cordless.
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Group Features
Group Features
When you are working together in a team the following group
facilities can be very useful.
Group Call-pick-up
æ
å
In a Pick-up group, any member can answer any individual call to
group members. You answer a call to the group by dialling a special
answering number. Please ask your system administrator for the
configured number.
Press.
Dial the Group Call-pick-up code.
Common Bell
æ
å
The Common Bell feature allows all extensions of the system
(operator included) to pick-up the call from an extension that has
been predefined as a Common Bell extension. Please ask your
system administrator for the Common Bell pick-up code.
Press.
Dial the Common Bell pick-up code.
You will immediately be connected to the calling party. If two or
more extensions simultaneously attempt to answer a call from the
Common Bell extension, only the first extension will pick it up. The
other extensions will receive the number unobtainable tone. This
will also happen if you dial the Common Bell pick-up code and
there are no calls waiting at the Common Bell extension.
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Group Features
Group Hunting
Your Cordless can be included in one or several hunt groups. In a
hunt group all members are represented with one common
directory number. 16 hunt groups can be programmed, each
containing 1 to 20 members. A member can be either an extension
number, an operator console or a fictive number. Please ask your
system administrator if you require this function.
Note: The number of Cordless extensions in a hunt group
is limited to eight (including Tandem configurations).
Incoming calls to the hunt group are directed to free extensions in
the group. The hunt order within the group can be changed to suit
your needs. If all members of the hunt group are busy an incoming
call is being queued. If no one answers this call before the
programmed time, the call is forwarded to the programmed
answering position (e.g. operator).
Note: If all members in a hunt group are busy, the Callback
or Intrusion functions are not available.
Log in
Before you can answer Group Hunting calls, you must log in.
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æ
*28*
å
#
To log in to one hunt group:
æ
*28*
*#
To log in to all hunt groups:
Press.
Dial.
Dial the hunt group code.
Please ask your system administrator for the configured number.
Press.
Press.
Dial.
Press.
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Group Features
Answer calls
Answer Group Hunting calls in the normal way.
Log out
æ
#28*
å
#
To log out from one hunt group:
æ
#28*
*#
To log out from all hunt groups:
Press.
Dial.
Dial the hunt group code.
Please ask your system administrator for the configured number.
Press.
Note: If you are logged in to more than one hunt group and
log out from one of them, the display will show a special
message.
Press.
Dial.
Press.
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Other Useful Features
Other Useful Features
By using these features your productivity will be increased, e.g. you
can set reminders for important meetings, place the costs for
external calls on separate accounts and much more ...
Tandem configuration
The Tandem configuration is a unit, consisting of two phones using
the same directory number. One of the phones is defined as the
primary and the other one as the secondary. This function
enhances the communication for users that, for example, have a
wired phone on their desk (the primary phone) and need to be
mobile within their company’s building with their own Cordless (the
secondary phone). Basically the tandem configuration works as
follows:
æ
*28#
To activate the Tandem configuration
Press.
Dial to log on the secondary phone.
For incoming calls:
•
Both phones are treated as 1 single extension.
For outgoing calls:
•
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Both phones are treated as 2 separate extensions.
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Other Useful Features
æ
#28#
To deactivate the Tandem configuration
Press.
Dial to log off the secondary phone.
For incoming calls:
•
The secondary phone cannot be called and the primary phone
works as a normal stand-alone phone.
For outgoing calls:
•
Both phones are treated as 2 separate extensions.
Transferring a call between members of a Tandem unit
R
å
æ
Press (see display).
Dial own directory number.
Press.
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Other Useful Features
Reminder
æ
*32*
å#
The Cordless can be set to remind you at any time within the next
24 hours (multiple settings are allowed).
Press.
Dial.
Dial reminder time and press.
(00-23) hour + (00-59) minute. When the Reminder time is reached
your Cordless rings with recall signal. To enter numbers, see
section “Write Text” on page 78.
Note: If you receive busy tone, your extension does not
have the authority to set a Reminder.
æ
#32#
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Cancel Reminder
Press.
Dial to cancel all settings.
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Other Useful Features
Doorphone
The doorphone is used to monitor the admission to your company,
i.e. you can open the doorlock from your Cordless.
æ
Answering Doorphone calls
Press.
You will be in speech connection with the calling party.
Opening of the doorlock
After you have answered the Doorphone, you can open the door
making an inquiry to the door-opener’s directory number.
R
å
Press (see display).
Dial the door-opener’s directory number.
Please ask your system administrator for the number.
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Other Useful Features
Direct Inward System Access (DISA)
If you are working externally and you have the need to make
business calls, call your company and use the company PBX to
make an external call to the desired party. You just pay the costs for
the phone call to your company. The other costs will automatically
be placed on your extension number or on a special project.
Note: To activate this function, you have to change the
default Password from 0000 to a personal one. Which code
to use and how to change it, see section “Change
Password” on page 63.
å
å
å
You can also divert calls from your office extension to your external
position, see section “Call Forwarding” on page 44. During the
procedure you will be prompted for your Password.
Dial the public number of your company,
followed by the DISA number.
Ask the system administrator for the defined DISA number.
Note: If you want to register the call on an Account
Number, you should use the Account Number procedure
before you enter the external number, see section “Account
Number” on page 75.
Dial the external number.
Or:
Use the External Diversion function.
Procedure, see section “Call Forwarding” on page 44.
Note: If you program a new Diversion address, remember
to reset it when you return to your office.
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Other Useful Features
Account Number
An Account Number can be entered to debit telephone costs to
different accounts. Depending on the system configuration the
Account Number has to be entered from a Verified Account
Number List (predefined) or you can invent your own Account
Number. The following prerequisites apply:
•
With the Verified Account Number you can restrict the making
of external calls (not a specific number or area), so everyone
who is allowed to make external calls will receive an Account
Number which has to be used each time he/she wants to make
an external call.
•
Verified Account Numbers contain up to 10 digits.
•
Own Account Numbers contain up to 15 digits.
The account numbers can also be used via the DISA function, see
section “Direct Inward System Access (DISA)” on page 74.
Verified or own Account Number
Before an outgoing call:
æ
*9*
å#
Press.
Press.
Enter Account Number and press.
Valid digits 0-9. Internal dial tone, make the external call.
DTMF Tones
åæ
The DTMF function is used to control answering machines or any
other telecommunication devices.
Make an internal or external call to reach the desired device.
When your call is answered you can continue to dial digits which
will be sent as DTMF digits (tone signals) to the called device in
order to activate the desired functions.
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Other Useful Features
Networking
Networking is the connection of several premises within a
company. The connection can be set up via leased lines, public
lines, Local Area Network (LAN) or Wide Area Network (WAN). Ask
your system administrator about details regarding networking.
IP Calls
IP Calls are internal calls sent via an internal data network (LAN or
WAN) and the transfer of data and voice is made on the same line.
If you are connected to an internal data network the IP connection
is made automatically. To minimize the traffic on the network the
speech quality is decreased.
If the speech quality is not acceptable you can disconnect the IP
Call and switch to a non-IP Call (alternative network). The switch
from the IP net to the non-IP net is made during the call, so the call
does not have to be disconnected.
If you want to switch to a non-IP net during the call:
R
*61*
Press (see display).
Dial.
During the procedure the other party is put on hold. When the
procedure is ready you will receive a special ringing tone and the
call is resumed in the non-IP net.
Note: A switch to a non-IP Call can only be performed if the
original call is an IP Call, otherwise you will receive a
blocking tone.
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Other Useful Features
Least Cost Routing
Least Cost Routing (LCR) automatically selects the cheapest way
to establish the connection to the desired external number. Please
ask your system administrator if this function is installed in your
system.
If the extension has been configured to use LCR, each external call
will be analysed and the cheapest routing will be selected.
æ
0å
Use Least Cost Routing
Press.
Dial the digit(s) for external call access and the external
number.
The usual way of making an outgoing external call.
Note: Which digit to press for external line access depends
on the configuration of the system.
Calling Least Cost Routing
æ
å
0å
If LCR has been installed in your system, but your extension is not
configured to use it automatically, you also have the opportunity to
get the cheapest connection by dialling the LCR code before you
dial an external number.
Press.
Dial the LCR code.
Please ask your system administrator for the LCR code.
Dial the digit(s) for external call access and the external
number.
Note: Which digit to press for external line access depends
on the configuration of the system.
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Write Text
Write Text
It is necessary to write text, e.g. when you are typing Absence
Information or searching the Phonebook. Use the keypad to write
text. Below is explained how to write text when you add a new
name in the Phonebook menu.
Example (to write SMITH):
7777
6
444
8
44
ã
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The marked character is selected after a time out or when another
key is pressed.
Press for S
Press for M
Press for I
Press for T
Press for H
Press when the name is complete.
(not applicable for the System Phonebook)
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Write Text
Control keys (not applicable for the System Phonebook)
à
á
*
0
C
While entering a name or a number you can use the following keys
for control and navigation:
Press to move left.
Press to move right.
Press to switch between upper and lower case.
Note: It is possible to turn on/off the tone sender in a
predialled number by making a long press on the * key (e.g.
when calling telephone banks). Tone sender on will be
indicated with a T in the number, and off with -. 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.
Press to enter a space.
Press to correct a wrong entry (see display).
Note: Deletes the entire entry if held longer.
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Write Text
Special characters
See the table below how to find a special character.
Number of times to press the key
Phone
key
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
1
-
?
!
,
.
:
"
’
(
)
1
2
A
B
C
Å
Ä
Æ
À
Á
Â
Ã
Ç
3
D
E
F
È
É
Ê
Ë
3
4
G
H
I
ï
Ì
Î
i
4
5
J
K
L
5
6
M
N
O
ñ
Ö
Ø
Ò
ó
Ô
Õ
6
7
P
Q
R
S
ß
7
8
T
U
V
ü
Ù
Ú
Û
8
9
W
X
Y
Z
Ý
9
0
Space
+
&
@
/
$
%
£
€
\
±
½
<
=
>
^
_
°
µ
¿
¦
§
#
12
13
2
0
Note: Depending on the selected menu language, other
characters might be available, which means that the
character order differ from the table above.
2
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Example special characters:
To enter Ä press 2 (five times).
1 time
result A
2 times result B
3 times result C
4 times result Å
5 times result Ä
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Alarm
Alarm
Note: The Alarm features are only available for the Cordless
DT422 phone.
When you work alone and at risk, your personal safety is important.
For situations like this, the DT422 Cordless phone is equipped with
a red Alarm key on top. When you are in trouble, just press the
Alarm key to summon help by sending a preset message to the
alarm central, which distributes it (requires an external alarmserver).
Note: The Alarm features may be restricted or not
available. Ask the system administrator for the availability
and for more information.
Alarm with data
Additional data for example a location code, can be sent along with
an alarm. The data must manually be programmed by you. To use
the function, one Soft/Hot key must be defined as a short cut to the
menu Edit alarm data, see section “Hot keys and Soft keys” on
page 90. The stored data is added to all types of alarm at
transmission.
Automatic call after an alarm
The Cordless can be programmed to call a predefined telephone
number directly after an alarm. One Hot key must be programmed
with the specific telephone number, see section “Hot keys and Soft
keys” on page 90. It can be any external or internal telephone
number but also a pre-defined group of phones. The Cordless will
automatically call the telephone number after all types of alarm.
The automatic call can be programmed with speech monitoring,
i.e. the microphone on the Cordless that sends the alarm is
discreetly activated and will give the answering party opportunity to
listen and to take an appropriate decision on how to act.
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Alarm
Alarm location feature
Your Cordless can be equipped with the DECT Location feature
that gives location information when an alarm is sent. A setting in
the SIM card activates location. There is also a separate parameter
that activates “Special location”, i.e. an alarm is sent every time the
Cordless gets a location from a Location Device with “Immediate
Alarm Transmission” enabled. Ask your system administrator if you
require this function.
Personal alarm
Activate
Press the red Alarm key twice within 2 seconds.
The display shows Personal Alarm and you will hear a short, soft
tone. An alarm is sent to the alarm central. After that, the Cordless
returns to idle mode.
Note: You can always trigger the alarm, even when you are
speaking, editing your settings or while the Cordless is
locked.
Cancel
C
Press to cancel the personal alarm (see display).
Test alarm
Press and hold the red Alarm key.
C
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Press to cancel (see display).
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Alarm
No-movement alarm and Man down alarm
Notes:
This function requires an installed optional alarm module.
The stand-by time will decrease by approximately 25%
when the Cordless is equipped with the alarm module.
•
The No-movement alarm will go off when you have not moved
within a preset time (default 30 seconds).
•
The Man down alarm will go off when the Cordless is tilted more
than 45º for a preset time (default 30 seconds), for example if
you fall.
Before an alarm is activated a warning signal sounds and the
No-movement alarm on or Man down alarm on icon starts to
flash. If you do not cancel the alarm by pressing a key, it is sent and
a sensor inside the Cordless will alert the preprogrammed number.
2
To use any of these features, you have to activate them first. You
can do this via the Settings menu, see section “Settings” on
page 89 or by programming the function as a Hot key or Soft key,
see section “Hot keys and Soft keys” on page 90.
Press and hold the preprogrammed Soft/Hot key, to put the
alarm in operation respectively out of operation.
No-movement/Man down alarm is shown in the display when the
alarm is activated.
The No-movement and Man down alarms can be deactivated for
ten minutes (programmed by your system administrator). When the
warning signal sounds, press the Mute key to deactivate an alarm
for ten minutes.
A parameter in the Cordless determines whether or not an Acoustic
Localization Signal (ALS) should sound after a No-movement and
Man down alarm. The ALS is silenced by pressing the Mute key.
Make the alarm active again
When the No-movement alarm has been sent, it is made active
again by moving the Cordless or pressing a key. When the Man
down alarm has been sent, it is made active again by moving the
Cordless to upright position or pressing a key.
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Modes
Modes
The Cordless is equipped with ten modes. Two modes are preset
at delivery and the remaining eight modes are defined by you. The
preset modes are Normal and In charger.
The option Switch
off
is also located in the Modes menu.
Normal mode
The Normal mode is the default mode.
In charger mode
The In charger mode is activated when the Cordless is placed in
the charger and deactivated when removed, it cannot be manually
selected. Your last selected mode is automatically chosen when
the Cordless is removed from the charger.
User defined modes
Eight modes can be defined and saved by you. The modes can, for
example, be used to create a special headset mode with different
ring signal volume and automatic answer of incoming calls.
Another example is when several users are sharing the same
Cordless. 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 modes
manually.
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Modes
ç
à á
ã
â ã
or
or
Select
ç
ç
à á
ã
â ã
á
or
or
ç
Change modes
Press.
The last used tab is marked.
Select Modes.
Press to enter Modes.
A list with all modes is shown. See also section “Menu structure”
on page 15.
Scroll up or down until you find the required mode.
Press (see display).
The name of the selected mode is shown.
Note: A Soft/Hot key can also be programmed to change
modes, see section “Hot keys and Soft keys” on page 90.
Press to leave the Modes menu.
Change mode settings
Press.
The last used tab is marked.
Select Modes.
Press to enter Modes.
A list with all modes is shown. See also section “Menu structure”
on page 15.
Scroll up or down until you find the required mode.
Press to view the settings.
The settings are basically the same as in the Settings menu, but
you also have the possibility to choose answering method, and give
the mode a new name. See sections “Change answering method”
on page 25 and “Settings” on page 89.
Note: It is possible to set that a mode should not be shown
in the list. This is an easy way to hide modes that are not
used. See section “Customizing the menus” on page 18.
Press to leave the Modes menu.
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Services
Services
ç
à á
ã
or
ç
To enter the Services menu
Press.
The last used tab is marked.
Select Services.
Press to enter Services.
A list with all created services is shown. See also section “Menu
structure” on page 15.
Press to leave the Services menu.
Change service
â ã
or
When you have entered services:
Scroll up or down until you find the required service.
es
Servic
Open door
>
Get lab results
Add
Delete
Select
Require
wheelchair
Select
Press (see display).
The service is activated.
Note: You can also open a service by programming a Soft/
Hot key. See section “Hot keys and Soft keys” on page 90.
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Services
Create a new service
When you have entered services:
Add
å
Save
ã
â ã
å
Change
or
Select
Save
Press (see display).
Name:_ is displayed.
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.
Press (see display).
The new name is marked and added to the list.
Press.
Function:Not used
is marked.
Press to enter functions (see display).
Choose the function you want the service to have.
Press (see display).
Enter phone number and text.
Press to save the setting (see display).
The new service is saved.
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Services
Edit a service
â ã
á
å
ã
â ã
å
or
When you have entered services:
Scroll up or down until you find the service you want to edit.
Press.
Edit
Press to change the name (see display).
Save
Change the name and press (see display).
Change
or
Select
Save
Press.
Press (see display).
Choose the function you want the service to have.
Press (see display).
Enter phone number and text.
Press to save the setting (see display).
The service is changed.
Delete a service
â ã
or
Delete
When you have entered services:
Scroll up or down until you find the service you want to
delete.
Press (see display).
Delete service?
No
Yes
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Yes
Press (see display).
Entry deleted is shown for one second and the service is
deleted.
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Settings
Settings
In order to satisfy your personal needs, the Cordless is equipped
with a number of setting options. This section describes how to
customize your Cordless. All of the following functions are
accessed via the Settings menu. For an overview of the available
functions, see section “Menu structure” on page 15.
Notes:
Some settings can also be controlled via the Modes menu,
see section “Modes” on page 84.
The alert signals are described in section “Audible
Adjustments” on page 99.
ç
à á
ã
â ã
ç
or
or
To enter the Settings menu
Press.
The last used tab is marked.
Select Settings.
Press to enter Settings.
A list with all available settings is shown.
Scroll up or down until you find the required setting.
Press to leave the Settings menu.
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Settings
Alarm settings
Note: The Alarm settings are only available for the Cordless
DT422 phone.
Deactivate/Activate No-movement/Man-down alarm
á
â ã
or
Change
When you have entered settings:
Select Alarm
settings.
Select No-movement or Man-down.
Press (see display).
The checkbox for the selected alarm is marked/unmarked.
Hot keys and Soft keys
By programming Soft/Hot keys, you can make calls or activate a
function by simply pressing one key. The programmed numbers
and functions are stored on the SIM card of your Cordless.
In idle mode the Soft keys can be used for specific functions
defined by you. The function can for instance be to dial a specific
telephone number. When navigating the menu structure the Soft
keys are used for different choices in the menu.
A Hot key is one of the ordinary number keys 0 to 9. A Hot key can
have the same function as a Soft key, see above.
Note: The possibility to define a Hot key can be locked by
your system administrator.
To make a call with a Soft/Hot key, see section “Dial a number via
Hot key or Soft key” on page 32.
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Settings
Activate a function or number with a preprogrammed
Soft key or a preprogrammed Hot key
Pbook
å
Press the preprogrammed Soft key (see display).
The pre-set function will be activated, in this example the
Phonebook.
Or:
Press and hold the preprogrammed Hot key.
A number between 0 and 9. The pre-set function will be activated.
Available functions
Phone call
Short-cut
- You program a key with a name and a number.
- A short cut to any of the following functions:
•
Local phonebook - See section “Integrated Phonebook” on
page 33.
•
Central phonebook - See section “Integrated Phonebook” on
page 33.
•
Services - See section “Services” on page 86.
•
Switch off - See section “Switching on/off the Cordless” on page 22.
•
No-movement *
•
Man-down alarm *
•
Edit alarm data *
•
Change system - See section “Change system” on page 98.
•
Demo Mess 1
•
Demo Mess 2
•
RSSI
* Only available for the DT422 phone. See section “Alarm” on
page 81.
Change modes
- See section “Change modes” on page 85.
- If you do not need a function or a phone number any
longer, you can set the key to Not used.
Not used
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Settings
Program a Hot key or a Soft key with a phone number
á
â ã
á
or
å
When you have entered settings:
Select Soft
key
or Hot
key.
Select key.
For the Soft keys you can select keys Left, Middle or Right and for
the Hot keys you can select keys 0 to 9.
Press.
Edit
Press (see display).
Name: is displayed.
Save
Enter the name and press (see display).
Changes saved is displayed. How to write text, see section “Write
Text” on page 78.
ã
ã
å
Change
Select
Press.
Function:
is marked.
Press (see display).
Select Phone
call.
Press (see display).
Enter the phone number.
Notes:
If you program an external number, you have to enter the
prefix digit for external call access (e.g. ).
0
You can also store codes that contain * or #. You can for
example turn on/off the tone sender in the entered number
by making a long press on the * key (e.g. when calling
telephone banks). Tone sender on will be indicated with a T
in the number, and off with -. 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.
Save
Press to save the setting (see display).
The key is programmed and the name of the selected function is
shown.
Repeat the procedure to program a new key or edit a
programmed key.
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Settings
Program a Hot key or a Soft key with a function
á
â ã
á
or
å
When you have entered settings:
Select Soft
key
or Hot
key.
Select key.
For the Soft keys you can select keys Left, Middle or Right and for
the Hot keys you can select keys 0 to 9.
Press.
Edit
Press (see display).
Name: is displayed.
Save
Enter the name and press (see display).
Changes saved is displayed. How to write text, see section “Write
Text” on page 78.
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Change
or
Select
Press.
Function:
is marked.
Press (see display).
Select the required function.
See section “Available functions” on page 91.
Press (see display).
The following prerequisites apply:
Short-cut
- Assign the short cut.
Change modes
Not used
Save or Select
- Mark the mode that should be changed to.
- Not used will be indicated in the Soft key list.
Press to save the setting (see display).
The key is programmed and the name of the selected function is
shown.
Repeat the procedure to program a new key or edit a
programmed key.
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Settings
Language
The display messages are available in eleven languages: Danish,
Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Norwegian,
Portuguese, Spanish, and Swedish.
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Select
When you have entered settings:
Select General.
Select Language.
Select the required language.
Press (see display).
The selected language is shown.
Change text size
You can change the text size in the display.
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Select
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When you have entered settings:
Select General.
Select Text
size.
Press.
Select the text size.
You can choose between Small and Medium.
Press (see display).
Selected size is shown.
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Clock settings
If the clock and date is set, you can on the same day a call is
received, see the time for it.
Set the clock to get the time automatically from the
system
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or
Select
When you have entered settings:
Select General.
Select Clock.
Press.
Select Auto
setting.
Press (see display).
Auto setting is shown.
Set the clock manually
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å
or
Select
Save
When you have entered settings:
Select General.
Select Clock.
Press.
Select Manual
setting.
Press (see display).
Enter time, year, month, and day according to the example
below.
Example: Time:0815, Year:2003, Month:05, Day:12.
Press (see display).
The setting is saved.
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Settings
Set the clock to be visible/invisible in idle mode
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ã
Change
When you have entered settings:
Select General.
Select Clock.
Press (see display).
The clock checkbox is marked/unmarked.
Automatic key lock
You can set the keypad to lock after 20 seconds after the last
usage. In idle mode a locked keypad is indicated by the Key icon.
Note: The keypad can also be manually locked, see section
“Lock the keypad” on page 65.
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ã
Change
When you have entered settings:
Select General.
Select Auto
key lock.
Press (see display).
The Auto key lock checkbox is marked/unmarked.
Quick answer
When this function is activated, you can answer incoming calls by
simply taking the Cordless out of the desktop charger. There is no
need to press the Call key.
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Change
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When you have entered settings:
Select General.
Select Quick
answer.
Press (see display).
The Quick answer checkbox is marked/unmarked.
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Owner ID
With this function, you can program your personal owner ID.
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å
Edit
Save
When you have entered settings:
Select General.
Select Owner
ID.
Press (see display).
Enter your Owner ID.
The Cordless changes to text entry mode automatically. How to
write text, see section “Write Text” on page 78.
Press (see display).
The new ID is shown.
System
Use this menu to select a system and view all Cordless related
information. 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. See also section “Installation” on
page 105.
Note: The Register option may only be performed by the
system administrator and is described in a separate
documentation.
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Settings
Change system
When you have registered to more than one system, you can
manually select which system to connect to. You can connect to
up to four different PBX systems with your Cordless, normally
named A, B, C and D.
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á
â ã
or
Select
When you have entered settings:
Select System.
Select Select
system.
Select the required system.
Note: The normal setting is Auto. This setting makes the
Cordless automatically look and connect to a system.
Press (see display).
System selected is shown.
System information
The Information menu shows general information about your
Cordless and your network connection.
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ã
á
When you have entered settings:
Select System.
Select Information.
Press.
You can view the following information:
IPEI
IPDI
SW
version
AP SW
version
The unique global GAP registration number for
the Cordless.
The unique global GAP registration number for
the SIM card.
Here you can see which version of the Cordless
software you have.
The alarm module software. If the alarm module
is not connected, it will be indicated with NC
(Not Connected).
Note: You cannot alter these settings.
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Audible Adjustments
Audible Adjustments
In order to satisfy your personal needs, your Cordless is equipped
with many options to set and adjust a personal volume and ringing
signal. In addition to this there is a vibrator option.
Your Cordless is delivered with a set of standard audio settings for
best audio quality. In some environments, for example one with a
high noise level, these standard values might have to be adjusted
to get good audio quality. There are different SIM card settings for
normal conversation, and when loudspeaking function or headset
is used. Ask your system administrator if you require a different
setting.
Volume control
Use the volume keys to adjust the volume in the earpiece. See
section “Description” on page 8 for the location of volume controls.
To turn the microphone on or off during a call, see section “Mute
microphone” on page 41.
Loudspeaker volume
When you are making a call, the volume keys affect the
loudspeaker volume. This is useful when e.g. you enter a
machinery room.
Press the volume controls to adjust the loudspeaker volume
during a call.
The volume level is set and maintained until you adjust the volume
again.
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Audible Adjustments
Ringer volume
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à á
ã
á
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â ã
or
or
There are audible 5 ringer levels and one silent level. You can set
the ringer volume via the Alert signals menu.
Press.
The last used tab is marked.
Select Settings.
Press to enter Settings.
A list with all available settings is shown.
Select Alert
signals.
Select Volume.
Select the required volume level.
You have six available alternatives; Level
1
to 5, or Silent.
If you want to hear the volume level during the changing:
Play
Select
Press (see display).
The marked volume is played until you press Stop or Select.
Press to select the volume (see display).
The selected volume is shown.
Mute audible signals
To mute the ringing signal before answering a call, see section
“Mute ringing signal” on page 24. See section “Description” on
page 8 for the location of the Mute key.
You can also turn the ringer off permanently. When the Cordless is
on hook (idle mode):
Press and hold the Mute key on the right side of the Cordless.
The Ringer off icon is shown. Now only the red LED will indicate an
incoming call.
Note: High priority messages will override this setting. This
action will also mute message signals.
Press and hold the Mute key to turn the ringer on again.
The Ringer off icon disappears.
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Audible Adjustments
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or
or
Ring signals
Press.
The last used tab is marked.
Select Settings.
Press to enter Settings.
A list with all available settings is shown.
Select Alert
Select Ring
signals.
signals.
Press.
Select the required call type.
You can change the ring signal for Internal calls, External calls, or
Callback calls.
Press.
Select the required signal.
Available alternatives are; Beep, Low, Medium, High, and Mixed.
If you want to hear the new signal during the changing:
Play
Select
Press (see display).
The marked ring signal is played until you press Stop or Select.
Press to select the ring signal (see display).
The selected ring signal is shown.
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Audible Adjustments
Key beep
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à á
ã
á
ã
or
Change
Use this feature to set if you want every keystroke to be confirmed
with a short tone or not.
Press.
The last used tab is marked.
Select Settings.
Press to enter Settings.
A list with all available settings is shown.
Select Alert
Select Key
signals.
beep.
Press (see display).
The Key beep checkbox is marked/unmarked.
Vibrator
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à á
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or
Change
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You can set the vibration alarm instead of the ringing signal to
indicate incoming calls and messages.
Press.
The last used tab is marked.
Select Settings.
Press to enter Settings.
A list with all available settings is shown.
Select Alert
signals.
Select Vibrator.
Press (see display).
The Vibrator checkbox is marked/unmarked. A call will now be
indicated by both the vibrator and the ring signal. If you want only
the vibrator to indicate calls, you have to mute the ringing signal
first.
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Alternative programming for Automatic Callback, Camp-on, Intrusion
Alternative programming for
Automatic Callback, Camp-on,
Intrusion
The associated number for using the Automatic Callback, Campon or the Intrusion function may vary from country to country. If you
cannot use a code of a function, maybe your exchange system has
been programmed with a different associated number.
Because this User Guide describes only the default programming,
the following table shows the most common settings in some of
these countries that are known for a different programming.
Austria, Belgium, Brazil,
Denmark, Germany
Camp-on
5
Automatic Callback
Answer calls, to another
extension (Call pick up)
6
Intrusion
4
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Useful Hints
Useful Hints
Connections between external lines
With your BusinessPhone Communication Platform, you can
establish an external call Diversion or a Conference with more than
one external party or transfer an external call to another external
destination (e.g. a mobile phone). These features are very useful for
everyday business life.
Note: When these features are used, your BusinessPhone
Communication Platform will occupy at least two external
lines.
However, there may be disadvantages in connecting to several
external lines. We would therefore like to draw your attention to the
following:
•
Please do not transfer external calls to an external
mailbox, to information systems or to external parties
before they have answered
•
Try to avoid diverting calls to third parties before they
have answered
•
If you are connected to two external lines, cancel one call
by pressing R and the 1 key
If the external parties are not persons (mailbox, automated
information or attendant systems, etc.), connections on external
lines can last a long time, which can be costly. Moreover, such calls
may occupy two of your system’s external lines. You can restrict
connections between the external lines by reprogramming your
system.
Please ask your system administrator or contact our service centre
for more information.
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Installation
Installation
This chapter describes how to connect and charge the battery of
your Cordless. You will also find procedures for installation and
maintenance of your Cordless.
Battery
The battery is a rechargeable NiMH battery placed on the back of
the Cordless.
Charging the battery
The battery requires charging when the Battery icon in the display
is half filled or empty.
Place the Cordless in the charger. A beep indicates connection with
the charger. The charging status is shown by the Battery icon in the
display. After approximately 1 hour the Cordless is fully charged,
indicated by a filled Battery icon. If the Cordless is switched off
when placed in the charger, it will start up automatically within
2 minutes.
Note: If a call is connected when the Cordless is placed in
the charger, the call will be disconnected.
Remove the battery
The battery is fastened by a screw and two hooks. To remove the
battery, use a small coin and turn the screw to horizontal position.
Remove the battery by pulling the screw. When fastening the
battery again the screw has to be in horizontal position.
Note: Avoid using a screwdriver as it may damage the
screw.
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Installation
Chargers
Desktop charger for Cordless DT412/DT422
The desktop charger is used for charging your Cordless, but also
for storing it when you are placed at one location, for example at
your desk.The tilted design facilitates the use of handsfree
operation, i.e. in loudspeaking mode. The charger is delivered with
a plug-in power supply and is connected into an ordinary wall
socket.
Charging rack
Note: See also separate Installation Guide, supplied
together with your Cordless.
The charging rack is used for charging your Cordless and/or spare
batteries. When charging spare batteries an adapter is needed. The
wall mounted charging rack and its power supply are a modular
system which enables a number of installation configurations.
Each power supply can support several charging racks with four
positions for Cordless phones and/or batteries in each rack (see
technical specifications for the charging rack).
As the Cordless cannot distinguish between a desktop charger and
the charging rack, it is recommended that the alert signal is
silenced when placed in a rack, see section “Audible Adjustments”
on page 99. There is also a SIM parameter that can be set in the
SIM card programmer by your system administrator.
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Belt clip
The clip on the back of the Cordless helps you fasten it 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.
Change the hinge-type clip
A hinge-type belt clip is mounted on the Cordless at delivery. The
clip can be replaced with a cover plate that is in the delivery or a
swivel-type belt clip that can be ordered separately.
The required tool is a Pozidriv Point size 1.
Unscrew and replace the clip.
SIM card
All your personal Cordless settings are programmed and stored in
the Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) card.
The SIM card provides you with personal mobility as you can easily
move it to another Cordless phone, enabling you to receive calls,
make calls and keep all your personal settings such as phone
book, identity, alert signal, and your defined functions of the Soft
keys and Hot keys
Changing the SIM card
Remove the battery as described.
See section “Battery” on page 105.
Slide the SIM card out of position.
Insert the new SIM card and slide it into position.
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Reference
Reference
This section describes the terminology used on the display, the
phone communication signals, technical specifications, spare parts
and accessories.
Terminology
The list below explains the terms which may appear on the display.
Terminology used in display
Term
Meaning
IPEI
International Portable part Equipment Identity,
unique identity assigned to your Cordless phone
by the manufacturer.
International Portable part Equipment Identity,
unique identity assigned to your SIM card.
Portable Access Rights Key, unique identity
assigned to your network.
Here you can see which version of the Cordless
software you have.
Here you can see which version of the Alarm
software you have.
IPDI
PARK
SW version
AP SW version
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Phone signals
The Cordless phone signal certain events audibly and visually as
described below.
Signal
Meaning
Red warning light
Incoming call.
Message waiting.
The Cordless phone also generates audible ring signals and alarm
signals.
Sound
Meaning
Ring signal
Alarm signal
Incoming call.
1 short beep: Cordless phone out of range of
base system.
Message beep: Incoming message.
No-movement alarm or Man-down alarm
about to be sent (Cordless DT422 only)
You hear this each time you press a key (when
selected).
Key beep
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Technical specifications
DECT GAP
The Cordless phone has the unique advantages of DECT GAP
(Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications Generic Access
Profile). This means that the quality of speech is as good as that of
conventional fixed telephones. DECT GAP enables interoperability
with other manufacturers’ products.
Cordless phone
Power supply
Battery
NiMH pack 550 mAh
Standards and regulations
DECT standards
EN 301 406, TBR10,TBR22
EMC standards
EN 61000-4-2, EN 61000-4-3,
EN 55022 class B
Low voltage directive
EN 60950
SAR
EN 50360 (Europe), ACA RS 2001
(Australia)
Endurance
Enclosure protection
IP64, IEC 60529
Free fall test
IEC 68-2-32 ED procedure 1
Dropped 12 times from 1 m
Maximum environmental values during use
Temperature
0 to +40 °C
Dimensions and weight
110
LxWxH
134 x 60 x 27 mm
Weight
140 g (including battery)
Display
lluminated, scratch-proof 128 x 64 pixel
display with characters adjustable in two
sizes (up to 6 rows of 20 characters)
Clip
Hinge type (standard) or swivel type
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Radio specifications
SAR10g (Specific
absorption rate)
0.02 mW/g
Performance
Stand-by time
Up to 80 hours (Cordless DT422: up to
40 hours if location and alarms activated)
Call time
Up to 8 hours
Charge time
1 hour
Volume
Ring signal
Five step adjustable volume from off to
approx. 100 dB (A) at 10 cm
Earpiece
Four step adjustable
Phone book
Maximum name length
16 characters
Maximum number length 22 digits
Entries
100
External interfaces
User interface
Display with characters and icons, Soft
keys, Navigation key, Menu key, Call key,
alphanumeric keypad, Volume keys and
Mute key on the side. Alarm key
(Cordless DT422 only)
Accessory connector
Headset connector as option.
Features
Messaging and Cordless phone, waterproof (IP64), Loudspeaking
function, SIM card for identity and personal settings, up to
10 modes with personalized settings, 3 programmable Soft keys
for each mode, 10 programmable Hot keys, manual or automatic
keypad lock, time and date indication, difference between internal
and external calls, ring signal easily silenced, vibrator alert, separate
loudspeakers for ring signal and Loudspeaking function, send/
receive messages, caller identification (if provided), call list
(20 numbers), access to up to 4 DECT GAP telephone systems,
key beep on/off, battery meter.
Optional alarm functions (Cordless DT422 only): Push-button,
No-movement and Man-down alarms
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Optional accessories
You can customize your Ericsson telephone to meet your own
needs. All of the following accessories are optional and can be
purchased at your local Ericsson contact.
Belt clip, swivel-type
The ordinary belt clip can be replaced with a special swivel-type
belt clip adapted to firmly place your Cordless onto your belt.
Leather casing
The leather casing is especially designed for the Cordless. The
casing comes with the swivel-type belt clip and the Cordless is fully
operational while placed in the casing.
Headset
A headset is recommended if you frequently use the phone, and/or
want to have both hands free. The Cordless has a special headset
connector that is waterproof. The headset comes in three versions;
with microphone integrated in the cable (GSM type), 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.
Notes:
The Cordless must be equipped with the factory mounted
headset connector.
The headset answering button is only active during a call or
when the telephone is ringing and cannot be used to get a
line when making a call.
Security chain
The security chain is 800 mm long. Fasten one end to the hingetype belt clip and the other end to, for example, your pocket.
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Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
This section contains information on how to solve common
operational problems, and warnings you may receive.
Go through the following lists if you encounter any problems. If this
checklist does not solve the problem, contact your system
administrator. If others have similar problems, there may be a
system error.
Fault / Display
Probable cause
The Cordless does
not switch on
No display
The battery is low.
Action or
comment
Charge the battery.
The battery is low
or the Cordless is
defective.
The Ringer off icon
is on or the
Cordless is
defective.
The battery is low
or the Cordless is
defective.
The battery is low
or the Cordless is
defective.
The Cordless is
defective.
The memory is full,
you cannot add
new names.
Charge the battery
or contact system
administrator.
Off icon on = Turn
on the ringing
signal.
Wrong SIM
The SIM card is not
compatible with the
software version of
the Cordless.
Contact system
administrator.
Check SIM card
The SIM card is
missing.
Insert the SIM card
or contact system
administrator.
No ringing
Battery icon flashes
Call icon is
switched off after
2 seconds
Lamp shows
steady light
When adding
names to the
phone book, an
error beep sounds
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Charge the battery
or contact system
administrator.
Charge the battery
or contact system
administrator.
Contact system
administrator.
Delete a name.
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Fault / Display
Probable cause
Action or
comment
Keys locked
Unlock
The key pad is
locked.
Press Menu key
followed by .
No system
Cannot connect to
the network, the
Cordless is not
registered or out of
range.
Contact system
administrator.
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Glossary
Glossary
Abbreviated Number Dialling
Initiating a call to a preprogrammed number by
dialling a code or pressing a key. Common
abbreviated numbers, means that all
extensions can use them. See section
“Common Abbreviated Numbers” on page 32.
Account Number
To place call cost on an Account Number. See
section “Account Number” on page 75.
Callback
An indication to a busy extension, to inform the
person that you want to speak to him/her. See
sections “Messages” on page 54 and
“Outgoing Calls” on page 26.
Camp-on
To place (queue) a call to a busy extension. See
section “Outgoing Calls” on page 26.
Directory number
Numbers with 1-8 digits which are assigned to
extensions or external lines or as Common
Abbreviated Numbers.
Direct Inward System Access (DISA)
If you are working externally, the DISA function
enables you to make external calls (long
distance) via the company PBX. You only pay
for the call to your company. See section
“Common Abbreviated Numbers” on page 32.
Diversion
Incoming calls to an extension are diverted to
another directory number (extension, Common
Abbreviated Number or the operator).
There are three possibilities:
1. Direct, which means that all calls to an
extension are forwarded directly.
2. On no reply, which means that a call is
forwarded if it is not answered within a certain
time.
3. On busy, which means that a call is
forwarded if the extension is busy.
See section “Call Forwarding” on page 44.
Diversion Bypass
This is useful for letting urgent calls through to
an extension where Diversion is active. See
section “Diverted extension” on page 31.
Extension
All telephones connected to the PBX have a
unique internal number (up to 8 digits). You can
see your number.
Hold
To put a call on hold. See section “Put a call on
hold” on page 43.
Information
Internal callers are informed about absence
and time of return. External callers are diverted
to the operator, where the same information is
available. Information can be of two kinds:
1. Preprogrammed text information.
2. Voice information.
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Glossary
Intrusion
To intrude on an ongoing call when a requested
extension is busy. See section “Outgoing Calls”
on page 26.
IP Call
Internal call sent via an internal data network
(LAN or WAN). See section “IP Calls” on
page 76.
Least Cost Routing
A function that automatically selects the
cheapest way to connect your external call (not
necessarily the shortest distance).
See section “Least Cost Routing” on page 77.
Mailbox
The Mailbox system controls the messages
that are left for or sent by you when you are
absent. See section “Messages” on page 54.
Message
A message can be sent to any extension. This
is useful when you receive the busy tone or get
no answer. There are three kinds of message:
1. Call Me message.
2. Text message.
3. Voice message.
See section “Messages” on page 54.
Mute
To switch the microphone temporarily off. See
section “During Calls” on page 40.
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Password
A four-digit code needed to e.g. block your
extension and retrieve messages from the
Mailbox system. You can set your own
Password. See section “Security” on page 63.
PBX
Private Branch Exchange. Your telephone
switching system (e.g. BusinessPhone
Communication Platform).
Pre-defined text
Preprogrammed absence information. See
section “Absence Information” on page 50.
Third party
A third connection (person), which can be
included in an ongoing two person
conversation.
The connection can be internal or external. See
section “During Calls” on page 40.
Tie line
An external line from the private network.
Transfer
During an internal or external ongoing call you
can make an Inquiry and then transfer the call
to another party (internal or external). See
section “During Calls” on page 40 and “Useful
Hints” on page 104.
Trunk line
A trunk line is the same as an external line. Can
be either digital or analog.
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Index
Index
A
Abbreviated Numbers 32
Absence Information 50
Enter 51
Erase 53
Save 53
Account Number 75
Add a name and a number to the phone
book 35
Alarm 81
Automatic call after 81
No-movement alarm and Man-down
alarm 83
Personal alarm 82
Test 82
With data 81
Alarm settings 90
Alarm with data 81
Answer calls 23
Audible Adjustments 99
Key beep 102
Ring signals 101
Vibrator 102
Volume control 99
Automatic call after an alarm 81
Automatic Callback 30
Automatic key lock 96
B
Battery 105
Belt clip 107
Block extension 65
Busy extension 30
Bypass blocked extension 64
C
Call Forwarding 44
Diversion when caller receives busy tone 44
Diversion when there is no answer 44
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Fixed Diversion 45
Follow-me 48
Individual Diversion 46
Call Me and Voice messages 59
Call Waiting 42
Camp-on 30
Change a name and a number in the phone
book 36
Change answering method 25
Change modes 85
Change password 63
Change service 86
Change system 98
Change text size 94
Chargers 106
Charging the battery 105
Check and store received messages 59
Clock settings 95
Common Abbreviated Numbers 32
Common Bell 67
Conference 43
Connections between external lines 104
Copyright 5
Create a new service 87
D
Declaration of Conformity 5
Delete a name and a number from the phone
book 37
Delete a service 88
Description 8
Display info 11
Menu structure 15
Signals 21
Switching on/off the Cordless 22
Tones 20
Dial a number via Hot key or Soft key 32
Dial number from the call list 28
Dictaphone function 62
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Index
Direct Inward System Access (DISA) 74
DISA 74
Display info 11
Diversion when caller receives busy tone 44
Diversion when there is no answer 44
Diverted extension 31
Doorphone 73
DTMF Tones 75
During Calls 40
Call Waiting 42
Conference 43
Handsfree 40
Inquiry 41
Loudspeaking 40
Mute microphone 41
Put a call on hold 43
Transfer 42
Change answering method 25
Handsfree 24
Individual Diversion 46
Individual Mailbox system 55
Information 50
Inquiry 41
Installation 105
Battery 105
Belt clip 107
Chargers 106
SIM card 107
Integrated Phonebook 33
Intrusion 31
IP Calls 76
E
Edit a service 88
Enter information 51
Enter the phone book 34
Erase information 53
L
Language 94
Last External Number Redial 28
Least Cost Routing 77
Lock the keypad 65
Lock/Unlock the Cordless 66
Loudspeaking 40
F
Fixed Diversion 45
Follow-me 48
Forward a Voice message 60
G
Glossary 115
Group Call-pick-up 67
Group Facilities
Common Bell 67
Group Features 67
Group Call-pick-up 67
Group Hunting 68
Group Hunting 68
Guidelines 7
H
Hot keys and Soft keys 90
I
Important 6
Guidelines 7
Preparing for use 6
Incoming Calls 23
Answer calls 23
118
K
Key beep 102
M
Make a call via the phone book 34
Make a call via the System Phonebook 39
Make calls 26
Man-down alarm 83
Menu structure 15
Messages 54
Call Me and Voice messages 59
Check and store 59
Dictaphone function 62
Forward a Voice message 60
Individual Mailbox system 55
Outcall (External) Notification 57
Password protection 54
Personal Greeting 56
Send 61
Modes 84
Change 85
Mute microphone 41
N
Networking 76
No-movement alarm 83
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O
Optional accessories 112
Other Useful Features 70
Account Number 75
Direct Inward System Access (DISA) 74
Doorphone 73
DTMF Tones 75
IP Calls 76
Least Cost Routing 77
Networking 76
Reminder 72
Tandem configuration 70
Outcall (External) Notification 57
Outgoing Calls 26
Abbreviated Numbers 32
Automatic Callback 30
Busy extension 30
Camp-on 30
Common Abbreviated Numbers 32
Dial a number via Hot key or Soft key 32
Dial number from the call list 28
Diverted extension 31
Handsfree 27
Intrusion 31
Last External Number Redial 28
Make calls 26
Owner ID 97
P
Password protection 54
Personal alarm 82
Personal Greeting 56
Phone Book
Add a name and a number 35
Change a name and a number 36
Delete a name and a number 37
Enter 34
Make a call 34
Save a number from the call list to the
phone book 35
Write text 38
Phone signals 109
Preparing for use 6
Put a call on hold 43
Q
Quick answer 96
R
Reference 108
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Reminder 72
Ring signals 101
S
Save a number from the call list to the phone
book 35
Save information 53
Securiry
Lock the keypad 65
Security 63
Block extension 65
Bypass blocked extension 64
Change password 63
Lock/Unlock the Cordless 66
Send message 61
Services 86
Change 86
Create 87
Delete 88
Edit 88
Settings 89
Alarm 90
Automatic key lock 96
Change text size 94
Clock 95
Hot keys and Soft keys 90
Language 94
Owner ID 97
Quick answer 96
System 97
Signals 21
SIM card 107
Switch on/off 22
System 97
System Phonebook
Make a Call 39
Use 38
T
Tandem configuration 70
Technical specifications 110
Terminology on display 108
Test alarm 82
Tones 20
Transfer 42
Troubleshooting 113
U
Use the system Phonebook 38
Useful Hints 104
119
Index
Connections between external lines 104
V
Vibrator 102
Volume control 99
120
W
Warranty 5
Welcome 4
Write Text 78
Write text 38
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