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OLYMPIA® OL2410
2.4GHz Digital Spread Spectrum with
Digital Answering Machine
OWNER’S MANUAL
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© 2002, Wave Industries Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
Reproduction, adaptation, or translation without prior written permission is
prohibited, except as allowed under the copyright laws.
First Edition: Sep 2002
Trademark Information
Olympia® is a registered trademark of Olympia International Holdings Ltd.
Warranty
The information contained in this document is subject to change without notice.
Wave Industries makes no warranty of any kind with respect to this information.
Wave Industries shall not be liable for any direct, indirect, incidental,
consequential, or other damage alleged in connection with the furnishing or use of
this information.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ............................................................ 5
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR BATTERIES ..................................................... 7
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Features .......................................................................................................... 8
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Layout of Keys and Indicators ..................................................................... 10
2.1 Key Functions ............................................................................................. 10
2.2 LCD Display Indications ........................................................................... 12
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Installation and Charging of the Battery Pack.............................................. 13
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Handset Registration Procedure ................................................................... 15
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Display Messages & Audio Alert................................................................. 16
5.1 Display Message ......................................................................................... 16
5.2 Audible Alerting ........................................................................................ 18
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Operation Guide ........................................................................................... 19
6.1 Making External Calls ............................................................................... 19
6.2 Redialing ..................................................................................................... 20
6.3 Receiving Calls .......................................................................................... 21
6.4 Flash........................................................................................................... 21
6.5 Page Call .................................................................................................... 21
6.6 Making Internal Calls................................................................................. 22
6.7 Call Toggling ............................................................................................. 22
6.8 Call Transfer/Forward................................................................................ 23
6.9 Call Back.................................................................................................... 24
6.10 Conference ............................................................................................... 24
6.11 Muting the Microphone ........................................................................... 25
6.12 Call Waiting ............................................................................................. 25
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Menu Structure............................................................................................. 27
7.1 Call Log ..................................................................................................... 28
7.2 Phone Book Operation ............................................................................... 30
7.3 Handset Volume......................................................................................... 34
7.4 Ring Volume.............................................................................................. 34
7.5 Ring Pattern ............................................................................................... 35
7.6 Auto Answer .............................................................................................. 36
7.7 Key Click ................................................................................................... 37
7.8 Key Lock.................................................................................................... 37
7.9 Handset Name............................................................................................ 39
7.10 Select LANGUAGE................................................................................. 39
7.11 Clear Message Waiting ............................................................................ 40
7.12 Dial Method ............................................................................................. 40
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Overview of Telephone Functions ............................................................... 42
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Digital Answering Machine Operation ........................................................ 47
9.1 General Operation ....................................................................................... 47
9.2 Set Answer On/Off...................................................................................... 47
9.3 Setting the Clock......................................................................................... 48
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9.4 About Announcements................................................................................ 48
9.5 Recording a Message .................................................................................. 49
9.6 Reviewing Messages................................................................................... 52
9.7 Volume Control ......................................................................................... 54
9.8 Call Screening / Intercept............................................................................ 54
9.9 Change Message Alert ................................................................................ 55
9.10 Remote Access.......................................................................................... 55
9.10 Message Window Display......................................................................... 57
9.12 Set Base Ringer......................................................................................... 58
9.13 Set Number of Rings (2/ 4 / Toll Saver) ................................................... 59
10 Consumer Information...................................................................................... 60
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
BEFORE USING YOUR TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT, BASIC
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS SHOULD ALWAYS BE FOLLOWED TO
REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK AND INJURY,
INCLUDING THE FOLLOWING
1) Read and understand all instructions.
2) Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the product.
3) Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid
cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning.
4) Do not use this product near water, for example, near a bath tub, wash
bowl, kitchen sink, laundry tub, in a wet basement, or near a swimming
pool.
5) Do not place this product on an unstable cart, stand, or table. The product
may fall, causing serious damage to the product.
6) Slots and openings in the cabinet and the back or bottom are provided for
ventilation. To protect it from overheating, these openings must not be
blocked or covered. The openings should never be blocked by placing the
product on the bed, sofa, rug, or other similar surface. This product should
never be placed near or over a radiator or heat register. This product should
not be placed in a built-in installation unless proper ventilation is provided.
7) This product should be operated only from the type of power source
indicated on the marking label. If you are not sure of the type of power
supply to your home, consult your dealer or local power company.
8) Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord. Do not locate this product
where the cord will be damaged by persons walking on it.
9) Do not overload wall outlet extension cords, as this can result in the risk of
fire or electric shock.
10) Never push objects of any kind into this product through cabinet slots as
they may touch dangerous voltage points or short out parts that could result
in a risk of fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on this
product.
11) To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not disassemble this product.
Instead, when some repair work is required, take the unit to a qualified
technician. Opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous
voltages or other risks. Incorrect reassembly can cause electric shock when
the appliance is subsequently used.
12) Unplug this product from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified
service personnel under the following conditions:
a) When the power supply cord or plug is damaged or frayed.
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b) If liquid has been spilled into the product.
c) If the product has been exposed to rain or water.
d) If the product does not operate normally by following the operating
instructions. Adjust only those controls, that are covered by the operating
instructions because improper adjustment of other controls may result in
damage and will often require extensive work by a qualified technician
to restore the product to normal operation.
e) If the product has been dropped or cabinet has be damaged.
f) If the product exhibits a distinct change in performance.
13) Avoid using a telephone(other than a cordless type) during an electrical
storm. There may be a remote risk of electrical shock from lightning.
14) Do not use the telephone to report a gas leak in the vicinity of the leak.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR BATTERIES
Safety Instructions for Batteries
Handset Battery Pack
CAUTION:
Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Use only an Olympia Phone
approved battery packs in the handset of your OL2410 Cordless Telephone. To
reduce the risk of fire or injury, always do the following when replacing,
discarding, or charging battery, When handling the batteries, be careful not to short
the battery with conducting materials such as rings, bracelets, and keys. The
Battery or conducting material may overheat and cause burns. Use only the
following type and size of battery pack:
FOR HANDSET UNIT:
GP60AAAH3BMX 3.6V 600mAh GPI INTERNATIONAL LIMITED
CONTAINS NICKEL-METAL HYDRIDE
BATTERY. BATTERY MUST BE RECYCLED
OR DISPOSED OF PROPERLY
1) Do not dispose of the battery in a fire. The cell may explode. Check with
local codes for possible special disposal instructions.
2) Do not open or mutilate the battery. Released electrolyte is corrosive and
may cause damage to the eyes or skin. It may be toxic if swallowed.
3) Exercise care in handling batteries in order not to short the battery with
conducting materials such as rings, bracelets and keys. The battery or
conductor may overheat and cause burns.
4) Charge the batteries provided with or identified for use with this product
only in accordance with the instructions and limitations specified in this
manual.
5) Observe proper polarity orientation between the battery(ies) and battery
charger.
6) Do not mix old and new batteries in this product.
7) Do not mix batteries of different sizes or from different manufacturers in
this product.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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1 Features
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Over 16 million security codes for call security
CID/Call Waiting CID capable – stores the 20 most recent CID records
(requires CID service from your local phone company)
Alphanumeric display shows CID time and date plus phone status
5 phone number redial
Exchangeable face panels
50 name and number phonebook
Microphone mute feature
Audible low battery and out of range warnings
Headset jack
Multiple Handset capability – up to 4
Page function from Base
Tone/Pulse dialing
Key Click – programmable ON/OFF
Key Lock – programmable ON/OFF
Auto Answer (out of cradle) – programmable ON/OFF
(2) two-way intercom calls can take place simultaneously
Call Transfer – Handset to Handset
Auto Hold during Call Transfer
Adjustable Earpiece Volume Control (8 levels)
Programmable Ringer OFF/Volume Control (6 levels)
10 selectable Ringer Tones
Rechargeable Ni-NH battery pack
Integrated Digital Answering Machine
Up to 15 Minute Recording Time –Including all (Outgoing Message) OGM,
MEMO and Incoming Messages (ICM).
3 Mailboxes with LED for each mailbox
-- Maximum OGM 1 minute
-- Maximum Memo 1 minute
-- Maximum ICM 1 minute
-- Maximum Message 50
Voice Date / Time stamp
Voice menu
Call screening – at Base speaker
Remote Operation/ Activation.
User Programmable Security Code
Two LED indicators
Digital volume control (8 levels, but lowest level is not muting)
Ringer Selection (2/4/Toll Saver)
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Three playing modes – Normal, Skip, Repeat.
Selective Delete– Delete one message or all messages in mailbox.
Announce Only Mode
Announce On / Off
Message Full Detection
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2 Layout of Keys and Indicators
2.1 Key Functions
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1. Keyboard
Dialing telephone numbers
2. Phone key
Press to make or receive a call. Press again to end a call
3. Down key
For navigation
4. Clear/Delete key
Delete input / Microphone muting
5. Program key
Menu selection / Confirm input
6. Memory key
Phone book memory
7. Up key
For navigation
8. LCD Display
Provides information such as Caller ID and programming
data
9. INT key
For internal calls
10. Cancel key
Exit menu
11. Redial/Pause key
Last number called / Pause
12. Flash key
For use with call waiting service
13.Mailbox”1”
Select mailbox “1”
14.Mailbox”2”
Select mailbox “2”
15.Mailbox”3”
Select mailbox “3”
16.Rec/Memo
Record outgoing message or memo
17. Menu
Go into feature menu and select a feature.
18. Next
Skip to next message/Select Next Item.
19. Stop
Stop Playback
20.Two LED indicators
Mainly for total/new message counter.
21. Volume down
Decrease loudspeaker volume
22. Volume up
Increase loudspeaker volume
23. Previous
Repeat the current playing message/Play Previous
message/Select Previous Item.
24.Delete
Delete message
25. Charge LED
Lights when Handset is charging in the base
26. IN USE LED
Lights in talk mode
Flashing when ringing and no line
27. Page
Press at Base to page all registered Handsets
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2.2 LCD Display Indications
1. Caller ID Time
2. Caller ID Date
3. Ringer OFF icon (displayed when user turns the ringer off)
4. Low battery icon (on only if battery voltage is low)
5. Key lock icon (displayed when user locks the keypad)
6. In Service icon (displayed when Handset is ‘in range’ of the Base)
7. Off Hook icon (displayed when Handset is on an external or intercom call)
8. NEW icon (displayed when new Caller ID records have been received)
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3 Installation and Charging of the Battery Pack
1) Open the battery compartment by sliding the cover down.
2) Plug the Battery Pack connector into the Handset battery socket. Place the
battery pack and wires in the compartment.
3) Close the battery compartment.
4) Mount the belt clip and one of the provided face panels on the Handset.
5) Choose the appropriate mounting bracket. The smaller bracket is for desk
or countertop installations. The larger bracket is for wall mounting. You
must use one of these brackets. Thread the telephone cord and DC power
cord through the large opening in the bracket. Plug the two cords into the
corresponding jacks on the bottom of the Base.
6) Snap the bracket into place on the back of the Base. If you are using the
desk top bracket, run the two cords through the channel at the back of the
bracket. If you are wall mounting the Base, carefully line up the slots on the
wall mount bracket with the studs on the telephone wall plate, and carefully
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mount the telephone on the wall.
7) Connect the telephone line cord to the telephone jack, and the power supply
to a live power outlet. Make sure you are not using an outlet controlled by a
switch.
8) Place the Handset in the Base. The Handset and Base communicate with
each other automatically. This process may take a minute.
9) Leave the Handset in the Base for 10 hours so that the battery pack is fully
charged.
The CHARGE indicator on the Base glows when the Handset is charging.
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4 Handset Registration Procedure
A Handset, which has not been registered, will display:
NOT REGISTERED
PLACE IN BASE
Plug the power supply into a live electrical outlet and the DC connector into the
bottom of the Base. Place the Handset (with battery pack plugged in) into the Base
cradle. In approximately 60 seconds, the Handset will beep, indicating
registration has been completed. The Handset display will say “READY.”
A previously registered Handset will display “OUT OF SERVICE” if taken out
of range or if the Base loses power.
OUT OF SERVICE
Return to the Base or power up the Base again, then place the Handset in the Base
cradle. In approximately one minute, the Handset will regain its registration.
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5 Display Messages & Audio Alert
5.1 Display Message
The handset provides a number of status messages in the display either in the idle
state or during conversation.
The following status messages are shown in the idle display.
When the handset is out of range, an "out of service" message is shown in line one.
OUT OF SERVICE
When the handset has no valid registration, the display shows:
NOT REGISTERED
PLACE IN BASE
If a new battery has been inserted and the battery voltage is too low to guarantee
significant conversation time, the display shows:
PLACE IN CHARGER
When the battery pack has first reached a minimal charge (but no enough to assure
continuous operation), it will display “CHARGING.”
CHARGING
When a handset has completed registration, it will display "READY."
READY
If the phone line is disconnected, "NO LINE" is displayed.
READY
NO LINE
When the keypad is locked, the status is presented in line two.
READY
KEY LOCKED
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If the phone line is in use (by another telephone connected to the same line), “EXT
IN USE” is displayed. It is still possible to go off-hook during this condition.
If one handset is engaged in an external call, the message is presented in line two
of the other handset’s display.
READY
EXT IN USE
In the presence of new, unplayed voicemail messages, “MESSAGE WAITING” is
displayed.
READY
MESSAGE WAITING
When there is one or more new Caller ID records in the call log, the status is
presented in line two: e.g.
READY
10 CALL/3 NEW
When the ringer is switched off, the status is presented in line two.
READY
RINGER OFF
The following messages may occur in the display during conversation.
When the battery low level is reached, the "charge battery" recommendation is
shown in line two.
TALK 1:32:56
CHARGE BATTERY
When the microphone is muted, the status is presented in line two.
TALK 1:32:56
MIC MUTE
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5.2 Audible Alerting
Out of range
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A one-time triple beep will be heard at the Handset.
Low battery
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When off hook, a double beep will be heard in the earpiece.
When on hook, a double beep will be heard at the Handset.
Charging
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The Handset will emit a single beep when placed in the Base charger.
Registration
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The Handset will emit a single beep indicating successful registration.
If the registration procedure fails, the Handset will emit a double beep.
Other earpiece tones/alerts
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Conference call establishment (second handset has joined conversation)
Busy tone
Congestion tone
Call waiting
Microphone mute
Dial tone
Ring back tone
Other handset tones/alerts
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Illegal key press (during programming mode)
Programming confirmation
6 Operation Guide
6.1 Making External Calls
6.1.1 Post Dialling
1) Press the key and wait for dial tone
2) Dial the telephone number
030 1234
3) End the call by placing the handset in the cradle or pressing the PHONE
key
6.1.2 Pre-dialling
1) Dial the telephone number; e.g.
555-5555
2) Delete any incorrect entry with short press or whole entry with long press
3) Press the key to dial the number
4) End the call by placing the handset in the cradle or pressing the PHONE
key
Inserting a Pause in Dialling String
When programming a number into the phone book, press REDIAL/PAUSE
to insert a two-second pause in the dialing sequence. This is useful when
speed dialing on a PBX system. Each press of REDIAL/PAUSE adds two
additional seconds to the pause
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Press the key to insert a pause and “P” appears in the display.
6.2 Redialing
Each system handset stores the last 5 telephone numbers dialed.
6.2.1 Post-dialling
1) Press PHONE key and wait for dial tone.
2) Press REDIAL until you see the desired number.
3) Press PROG to dial the displayed number.
4) End your call by placing the handset in the cradle or pressing PHONE.
6.2.2 Pre-dialling
1) Press REDIAL until you see the desired number.
2) Press PHONE.
3) End your call by placing the handset in the cradle or pressing PHONE.
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6.3 Receiving Calls
When an external call is received, all the handsets ring; EXTERNAL CALL
is shown on the display.
6.3.1 The Handset Is Located in the Cradle
1) Take the handset from the cradle; a connection is automatically
established when the AUTO ANSWER function is activated
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Press the PHONE key or any key from 1…9, 0, *, # when the AUTO
ANSWER function is deactivated, to answer the call
or 1/…9/ 0/ */ #
2) End your call by placing the handset in the cradle or pressing PHONE.
6.3.2 The Handset Is not located in the Cradle
1) Press the PHONE key or any key from 1…9, 0, *, # to answer the call.
Or 1/…9/ 0/ */ #
6.4 Flash
During external call, a flash is generated on the line by pressing the key
6.5 Page Call
The page call function is used as an aid to locate the handsets.
6.5.1 Paging from Base
Paging of all handsets is done by pressing the Page key in Base unit.
6.5.2 Paging from Handset
Paging of all handsets is done by making an internal call to all handset as
shown in the next section ’Making internal calls’.
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6.6 Making Internal Calls
In order to carry out internal calls, more than one handset must be registered
on the same base station.
1) Press the key.
2) Press the number of the required handset or ‘*’ key to page all handsets.
1...4 *
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Press the UP/DOWN key to select the desired handset(s) in the menu, then
press PHONE or PROG.
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3) End the call by placing the handset in the cradle or pressing the PHONE
key.
Note: If an external call is received during an internal call, a short acoustic
signal is issued.
6.7 Call Toggling
If a portable is engaged in an external connection, it is possible to put the
external call on hold and establish an internal call in the same way as the
previous section ‘Making internal calls’.
Then the display will become as below if handset #1 is selected.
TALK 1:35:06
HANDSET #1 H
The 'H' in the right hand side of the third line indicates having the external call
on hold.
It is possible to toggle between an internal call and external call by pressing
the key.
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The ‘H’ is displayed too as below, when the internal call is put on hold.
TALK 1:35:50
EXTERNAL CALL H
6.8 Call Transfer/Forward
An incoming call can be transferred or forwarded to the other handset during
an ongoing call. The difference is that, when the call is transferred, the first
handset waits for the other to answer before ending the connection, but when
the call is forwarded, the first handset ends its connection immediately.
6.8.1 The Call is Transferred
1) Press the key (the external call is put on hold)
2) Press the number of the required handset or ‘*’ key for all handsets.
1... 4 *
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Press the UP/DOWN key to select the desired handset(s) in the menu, then
press PHONE or PROG (the external call is put on hold).
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3) After the other handset has answered, press PHONE, or place your
handset in the charge cradle.
6.8.2 The Call is Forwarded
1) Press the key (the external call is put on hold)
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2) Press the number of the required handset or ‘*’ key for all handsets.
1 .. 4 *
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Press the UP/DOWN key to select the desired handset(s) in the menu, then
press PHONE or PROG. (the external call is put on hold)
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3) Without waiting for an answer, press PHONE, or place the handset in the
charger.
6.9 Call Back
After call forwarding, a callback is generated in the forwarding handset if
the forwarded call is not answered within a certain period. If there is no CID
information available ‘Call back’ is shown in the display; otherwise normal
CID information is shown. If the returned call isn't answered within a certain
period, the phone automatically goes on hook.
6.10 Conference
It is possible to establish a conference between two handsets and the
external line.
But only the first handset connected to the external line is allowed to
transmit DTMF digits to the line. If digit keys are pressed on the second
handset, they are blocked in the base station.
If the handset has a connection to the external line, a conference is
immediately established when another handset goes off hook by:
Press the key
If a handset has an active connection (internal or external) and another
connection on hold, a conference can also be established by holding down
the key.
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Either handset can leave the conference by pressing PHONE.
The connection continues between the remaining handset and the external
party.
6.11 Muting the Microphone
During conversation,
1) Press the CLEAR/DEL key to mute the handset microphone during a call.
2) Press CLEAR/DEL again to return to the two-way conversation.
6.12 Call Waiting
6.12.1 Call Waiting on Intercom
If the handsets are engaged in an internal connection and an external
incoming call arrives, the users are notified about this by a beep in the
earpiece. The identity of the caller is presented in the display in the same
way as a normal external call. The waiting call can be answered by pressing
PHONE on either handset.
Then the internal connection is disconnected automatically.
If the waiting call is not answered, the display returns to previous screen
after several seconds
Press and hold INT to disconnect the internal call without answering the
waiting external call.
6.12.2 Call Waiting on Second External Call
The user may connect to a second external call upon hearing an alerting tone
through the earpiece.
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The waiting call can be answered by pressing FLASH.
FLASH clears the second line in the display. If the waiting call is not
answered, the display presentation will return back to normal ongoing call
presentation after several seconds. For more convenient use, call waiting
deluxe is also available.
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7 Menu Structure
IDLE
CALL LOG
PHONE BOOK
HANDSET VOLUME
RECALL
STORE
RING VOLUME
RING PATTERN
AUTO ANSWER
KEY CLICK
KEY LOCK
EXTERNAL
INTERNAL
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
HANDSET NAME
ENGLISH
LANGUAGE
SPANISH
FRENCH
CLEAR MSG WAIT
DIAL METHOD
DTMF
PULSE
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7.1 Call Log
7.1.1 Caller ID Review
1) Press ▼ while handset is in standby (idle) mode.
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Press PROG, to enter the menu at standby and then…
2) Press PROG once again, to enter Call log menu.
3) Scroll through the call log entries using ▲and ▼.
4) Dial the displayed CID record by pressing PHONE.
OR
5) Exit CID review mode by pressing CANCEL.
Remarks:
1. If the call log is full, the oldest entry is deleted to make room for the new
call. If the call log is empty when the user tries to enter to Call log review,
a message ‘CALL LOG EMPTY’ is displayed.
2. ‘!’-character in the right hand side of the second line indicates that the
call has not previously been reviewed. The ‘!’-character is cleared when
stepping to the next entry in the log or when leaving the call log. The
maximum length of the name shown in the second line is 16 characters. If
the name is longer, it is right truncated.
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3. A number in the right hand side of the third line shows the call log
number - 1 is the latest received call. The maximum length of the number
shown in the third line is 16 characters. If the number is longer, it is left
truncated.
4. The incoming calls are sorted by the order of arrival; the latest is shown
first. A number is only contained once in the list. A new call from a caller
that is already contained in the log removes the old entry and inserts the
new call. All calls with blocked number are stored as individual calls.
7.1.2 Storing Caller ID Records
During caller ID review:
1) Scroll through the calls log using ▲and ▼.
2) Press PROG to select the record to be stored.
You can edit the name and number as needed.
3) Press PROG to confirm storage.
NOTE: If you attempt to store a CID record without name, an error tone
will sound, and user will be required to enter a name.
7.1.3 Erasing CID Records
During CID review:
1) Scroll through the calls log using ▲and ▼.
2) Press the CLEAR/DEL key to delete the displayed record.
The user will be asked ‘DELETE?’
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3) Hold down CLEAR/DEL to erase all records.
The user will be asked ‘DELETE ALL?’
4) Press PROG to confirm deletion.
OR
5) Press CANCEL to exit the calls log.
7.2 Phone Book Operation
7.2.1 Storing Names and Numbers
1) Press PROG.
2) Press ▼ to select PHONE BOOK.
3) Press PROG to confirm selection.
4) Scroll with the ▲⁄▼keys.
With STORE in the second line, press PROG.
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5) Enter the phone number, up to 24 digits.
Numbers more than 16 digits are ‘left’ truncated, with the last 16 digits
shown.
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6) Press PROG.
7) Using the keypad, enter the name. Each ‘letter’ key offers upper and
lower case letters.
8) Press PROG.
If the Phone book is full, the Handset will display the ‘PHONEBOOK
FULL’ message.
7.2.2 Phone Book Review
1) Press MEM.
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Press PROG, scroll through the menu choices, until RECALL is in the
second line, then press PROG.
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2) Scroll through phone book using the ▲⁄▼keys;
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Enter the first letter of the desired name.
3) Press CANCEL to exit phone book review mode.
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7.2.3 Editing Phone Book Names/Numbers
During phone book review:
1) Scroll through the phone book using the ▲⁄▼keys,
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Enter the first letter of the desired name.
2) Press PROG, to enter edit mode.
Press CLEAR/DEL to erase a digit. Press and hold CLEAR/DEL to erase
the entire number.
3) Press PROG to confirm and enter name edit mode.
4) Press CLEAR/DEL or ▼to erase the right most letter.
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Press and hold CLEAR/DEL to erase the entire name.
5) Press PROG to confirm.
If the Phone book is full when the user tries to store a new number in it, a
message ‘PHONEBOOK FULL’ is displayed.
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7.2.4 Deleting Phone Book Names/Numbers
During phone book review:
1) Scroll through the phone book using the ▲⁄▼keys.
2) Press CLEAR/DEL.
The user will be asked ‘DELETE?’
3) Press PROG to confirm deletion.
OR
4) Press CANCEL to exit without deleting.
7.2.5 Dialling from the Phonebook
During phone book review:
1) Scroll through the phone book using the ▲⁄▼keys,
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Enter the first character of the desired name.
2) Press PHONE, to dial.
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7.3 Handset Volume
7.3.1 In Standby (Off) Mode
1) Press PROG.
2) Press ▼two times
HANDSET VOLUME
3) Press PROG, to enter volume menu
4) Enter 0–7, 0 being the lowest and 7 the highest volume
OR
Use the ▲⁄▼keys.
5) Press PROG to confirm.
7.3.2 During Conversation
Use the ▲⁄▼ keys. The screen will display the volume level in a bar graph.
The default audio volume is 2.
7.4 Ring Volume
1) Press PROG
2) Press▼ three times.
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RING VOLUME
3) Press PROG to enter volume menu.
4) Enter 0 – 6, 0 for OFF and 6 being the loudest ring;
OR
Adjust using ▲⁄▼keys. The ring is played as the volume is adjusted.
5) Press PROG to confirm.
NOTE: Ringing is switched off by adjusting the ring volume to zero. A
‘ringer off’ icon will be displayed on the Handset if that option is selected.
The default ring volume is 6.
7.5 Ring Pattern
1) Press PROG.
2) Press ▼four times.
RING PATTERN
3) Press PROG to enter pattern menu.
4) Press the ▲⁄▼keys to select EXTERNAL or INTERNAL ring setting,
then press PROG.
/
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5) Enter 0 – 9, or adjust using the ▲⁄▼keys.
The user hears the different ring patterns during selection.
6) Press PROG to confirm the setting.
The default external and internal ring patterns are 0 and 1 respectively.
7.6 Auto Answer
The default setting is auto answer off. However, if you want your Handset
to answer an incoming call by simply picking it up from its cradle:
1) Press PROG.
2) Press ▼five times.
AUTO ANSWER
3) Press PROG to enter auto answer menu.
4) To turn auto answer On, press 1 or ▲. To disable, press 0 or ▼.
5) Press PROG to confirm the setting.
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7.7 Key Click
Key clicks are the sounds you hear each time a key is pressed. The default
mode is key click ON.
1) Press PROG.
2) Press ▼six times.
KEY CLICK
3) Press PROG to enter key click menu.
4) Press 1 or ▲ to turn key click On; press 0 or ▼ to turn key click Off.
5) Press PROG to confirm your setting.
NOTE:Key click is disabled when the key lock is on.
7.8 Key Lock
7.8.1 Locking the Keypad
It is possible to lock the handset keypad. The key lock function is set/reset
by:
1) Press PROG.
2) Press ▼seven times.
KEY LOCK
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3) Press PROG to enter key lock menu.
4) To enable key lock, press 1 or ▲; to disable, press 0 or ▼.
5) Press PROG to confirm the setting.
7.8.2 Unlocking the Keypad
When keypad is locked, the Handset will display KEY LOCKED. Pressing
any key will generate PRESS 159 TO UNLOCK on the screen.
PRESS 159
TO UNLOCK
To unlock, press 1, 5, 9
‘1’,’5’,’9’
When the keypad is locked, you can still dial and emergency call by first
pressing PHONE and then the emergency number (e.g. 000, 110, 112, 119,
911, 999). Key lock is disabled after an emergency call.
Key lock is disabled by default.
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7.9 Handset Name
It is possible to name each handset. The name is shown in the first line
during idle mode; i.e. it replaces the "READY" indication during idle mode.
1) Press PROG.
2) Press ▼eight times.
HANDSET NAME
3) Press PROG to enter name menu.
4) Enter name
e.g. DAD’S PHONE
5) Press PROG to confirm.
7.10 Select LANGUAGE
Your Handset display can be in English (default mode), Spanish or French.
1) Press PROG.
2) Press ▼ nine times.
LANGUAGE
3) Press PROG to enter language menu.
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4) Press 0 for English, 1 for Spanish, 2 for French;
0/ 1/ 2
OR,
Use the ▲⁄▼keys.
5) Press PROG to confirm your selection.
7.11 Clear Message Waiting
You can remove the Message Waiting alert from the display:
1) Press PROG.
2) Press ▼ ten times.
CLEAR MSG WAIT
3) Press PROG to enter message menu.
4) Press PROG again to clear the alert or CANCEL to escape with clearing.
or
7.12 Dial Method
Your OL2410 is preset for DTMF (Tone) dialing. To change the setting:
1) Press PROG.
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2) Press ▼ eleven times.
DIAL METHOD
3) Press PROG to enter dial method menu.
4) For Pulse dialing, press 1 or ▲; for Tone dialing, press 0 or ▼.
5) Press PROG to confirm.
NOTE: If your Handset is set for Pulse dialing, if you press * during a call,
the Handset will switch to Tone dialing for the duration of the call.
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8 Overview of Telephone Functions
Select LANGUAGE
/
LANGUAGE /
/
ENGLISH, SPANISH, or FRENCH /
Making external calls
/ 030 123 …
Making internal calls
/ 1 . . 4 or *
Receiving calls
Call back
Redialing
/
Mute the microphone
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/
Storing call numbers
PHONE BOOK /
/
STORE /
/
/ 030 123 /
/ ABC /
Editing call numbers
ABC /
/
/ 030 12344 /
/ 030 12345 /
/ ABC /
/ ABA /
Deleting call numbers
/
ABC /
DELETE ? /
Dialing from the
phonebook
/
e.g. ABC /
Handset receiving
volume
/
HANDSET VOLUME /
/
0 .. 7 /
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Handset ringing tone
volume
/
RING VOLUME /
/
0…6 /
Change ringing tone
pattern
(external / internal)
/
RING PATTERN /
/
EXTERNAL / or / INTERNAL /
/
0…9 /
Activate / Deactivate
automatic call answer
/
AUTO ANSWER /
/
ON / or / OFF /
Activate / Deactivate
key tone on handset
/
KEY CLICK /
/
ON / or / OFF /
Activate / Deactivate
key locking on
handset
/
KEY LOCK /
ON / or / OFF /
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/
Enter / Change
handset name
/
HANDSET NAME /
/ e.g. MOBILE 1 /
Dialing method
/
DIAL METHOD /
/
DTMF / or / PULSE /
Caller ID Review
CALL LOG /
/
CALL LOG /
/
e.g. ABC /
/
e.g. ABC /
Caller ID Store
/
Caller ID Erase
CALL LOG /
DELETE ? /
Transferring calls
/ Handset no. /
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Conference calls
When a handset has
a connection, press
the key can also be
established.
Base Page handset
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9 Digital Answering Machine Operation
9.1 General Operation
1) In standby mode the following features can be selected by pressing the MENU
key until the desired item is chosen.
IDLE
Answer machine On/Off
Clock Setting
Announcement
Remote Access Code
Announce Only
Message Alert
Base Ringer
Number of Rings
2) The chosen setting will be announced, press Previous or Next key to change
settings.
3) Press Menu key to confirm the setting.
4) At any time, press Stop key to exit the setup procedure.
9.2 Set Answer On/Off
1) To select answering machine press Menu key until “An” is displayed on the
LED. “Answer On ” or “Answer Off” will be announced depending on the
current setting.
2) Press Previous or Next key to switch the Answer On/Off. The LED will
display ON or OF. A voice prompt will announce the setting.
3) Press Menu key to confirm the setting.
4) Press Stop key to exit menu setting mode.
A small red dot at the bottom right of the LED display will be lit to indicate the
answer machine is on.
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9.3 Setting the Clock
1) The clock has to be set after power up.
2) To set the clock press Menu key until “CL” is displayed on the LED. The
current time (e.g. Saturday, ten eleven AM) will be announced and the LED
will display in sequence Day, then --, then Hour, then --, then Minute.
3) Press Previous or Next key to select the day of the week from d1 (Sunday) to
d7 (Saturday). The day will also be announced.
4) Press Menu key to confirm. A beep is heard to indicate entry mode for
setting hour.
5) Press Previous or Next key to change the hour. The hour will be announced
according to the setting.
6) Press Menu key to confirm and to enter the minute setting mode.
7) Press Previous or Next key to modify the first digit of minute (0-5) and it
will announce “ O, one…five” according the setting.
8) Press Menu key to verify the first digit, and then enter the second digit.
9) Press Previous or Next key to modify the second digit of the minute (0-9)
and it will announce “ O, one…nine” according to the setting.
10) Press Menu key to confirm the clock setting.
11) Press Stop key to exit menu mode.
12) If no key is pressed within 20 seconds it will exit menu mode automatically.
9.4 About Announcements
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The pre-recorded announcement (A1) says “ Please leave your message
after the beep” ‘Announce Only’ has to be OF to choose this option.
The announce only pre-recorded announcement (A2) is “I am sorry I am
not available. Please call back later”. ‘Announce Only’ has to be ON to
choose this option.
If a personalized announcement has not been recorded, the answering
machine will answer with the above pre-recorded announcements.
There is a total recording time of up to 15 minutes (incoming messages,
outgoing messages and memos)
A maximum of 50 recordings can be made.
If memory becomes full while recording, three beeps are heard and
“Memory is full” will be announced.
9.4.1 Set ‘Announce Only’ ON/OFF
1) The answering machine can be set to “Announce Only” so that it can
only answer calls but cannot record any message.
2) Press “Menu” key until “Ao” is displayed on the LED, and it will
announce “announce only is on or off”. At the same time, the “On” or “OF”
should display for 1 second on the LED.
3) Press “Previous” or “Next” key to switch announce only on or off.
The LED will display “On or OF” with the voice prompt “ On or off”.
or
4) During announce only setting mode, press the “Menu” key to confirm
the setting.
5) During announce only setting mode, Press “Stop” key to exit menu
setting mode. A beep can be heard to validate the setting.
6) The default is Off. If “Announce Only” mode is ON, the LED display
will show ‘A’ during standby mode.
9.5 Recording a Message
If you have assigned different mailboxes to different people, be sure to tell
callers in your announcement to press * 1, * 2, * 3 otherwise messages will be
recorded in Mailbox 1, e.g “Hello, to leave a message for John, please press star
(*) and ‘1’, for Tony, please press ‘*’ and ‘2’ and for Sally please press ‘*’ and
‘3’”. Leave a few seconds blank at the end of your recorded announcement to
allow the caller to select a mailbox.
9.5.1 Record a Personalised Outgoing Message (A1)
1) Make sure answering machine is on and ‘Announce Only’ option is OFF.
2) Press Menu until you hear “announcement one” and the LED displays “A1”.
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3) Press REC/memo key, the unit will start recording announce “now
recording” followed by a beep. The 2 digits LED display will indicate
elapsed recording time in seconds, counting from “0 ” to “ 59 ”.
4) Press Stop key to stop recording with a beep and the recorded
announcement will be played automatically.
5) If the recorded time is less than 3 seconds, the unit will announce “ Message
was not recorded. Please record longer message again”.
6) If memory becomes full while recording, the unit will give 3 beeps and
announce “Memory is full” and stop the recording.
7) If recording is not stopped within 60 seconds, the recording will be stopped
automatically after 60 seconds and it will be playback at once.
9.5.2 Record a Personalised Announce Only Outgoing Message (A2)
1) Make sure answering machine is on and ‘Announces Only’ option is ON.
2) Press “ Menu” until you hear “announcement two” and the LED displays
“A2”.
3) Press “REC/memo” key, the unit will start recording announced “now
recording” followed by a beep. The LED display will indicate elapsed
recording time in seconds, counting from “ 0” to “ 59 ”.
4) Press “ Stop” key to stop recording with a beep and the recorded
announcement will be played automatically.
5) If the recorded time is less than 3 seconds, the unit will announce
“ Message was not recorded. Please record longer message again”.
6) If memory becomes full while recording, the unit will announce “Memory
is full” and stop the recording.
7) If the recording is not stopped within 60 seconds, the recording will be
stopped automatically after 60 seconds and it will be playback at once.
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9.5.3 To Review/ Delete your Announcement
1) Press Menu key until the LED displays “A1/A2” with voice prompt
“announcement one / two”.
2) Press any Mailbox key and the current record announcement can be
heard.
or
or
3) Press Delete key during playing announcement will delete the message
being playing, and then the answering machine will use the default
announcement until you record a new one.
9.5.4 Record a Memo
1) In standby mode, press Rec/memo key, and “ please select a mailbox”
will be announced.
2) Select a mailbox for the memo, and “now recording” with a beep,
After the beep, speak loudly toward the microphone. The LED display
shows the length of the memo from “0 ” to “59 ” seconds.
or
or
3) Press “Stop” key to end the recording. The LED display will indicate
the number of total new messages with flashing digits.
4) If the recording exceeds 1 minute, the recording will be stopped
automatically with the announcement “recorded”
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5) If the recording is less than 3 seconds, the answering machine will
announce “ Message was not recorded. Please record longer message
again”, and then return to standby mode.
6) If memory becomes full while recording, three beeps are heard and it
will announce “Memory is full”.
If an incoming call is received while recording a MEMO, the recording will
be stopped to allow the unit to ring.
9.6 Reviewing Messages
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The OL2410 has three voice mailboxes.(Mailbox 1, Mailbox2, Mailbox3)
each with its own LED.
If there is a new message the LED will blink.
If the mailbox is empty the LED will be turned off.
If the mailbox contains messages that have been reviewed it will remain
steady.
Recordings will be stored until deleted.
When an incoming call is received and the memory is full, an
announcement “Memory is Full” is given after 10 rings.
9.6.1 Listening
1) Select a Mailbox.
or
or
2) If there are any number of new messages in a mailbox, the LED of
mailbox will blink. Pressing the mailbox key. The unit will announce
“mailbox *, you have ** new messages” and start playing from the first
new message and continuing until the last one. Alternatively if there are
also old messages, it will announce “ mailbox *, you have ** new messages
and ** old messages”. Only the new messages will be played.
3) If there are only old messages, the LED of mailbox will be on steadily
and it will announce “ mailbox *, you have ** old messages”. It will play
from the first message until the last message.
4) When there are no messages, the LED of mailbox will turn off and the
unit will announce “mailbox *, you have no message”, then return to
standby mode.
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5) After playing a message, the unit announces the day and time it was
received. While the message plays, the LED display shows the number of
the message.
6) After playing the last message in a mailbox, the unit announces “End of
messages.” if it has less than four minutes of recording time left, it
announces remaining time.
7) If an incoming call comes during message playback, playback will stop
automatically and the unit starts to ring.
9.6.2 Stop
During message playback, press “Stop” key to stop playing. Then a short
beep can be heard before returning to standby mode.
9.6.3 Repeat /Previous
During message playback, Press “Previous” key to play current message
again. To go to previous message press “Previous” key twice.
9.6.4 Skip
During message playback, Press “ Next ” key to play the next message.
9.6.5 Delete a message.
1) During message playback, press Delete key. The current message will
be deleted, and the unit will announce “Message is deleted” and the next
message will be played. The LED will display the correct message number.
2) If no message remains, the unit returns to standby state.
9.6.6 Delete all messages in a mailbox.
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1) At standby mode, press and hold Delete key until a short beep is heard
followed by the announcement “Please select a mailbox”.
2) Then select the mailbox ‘1or 2 or 3’ from which you want messages to be
deleted. It will be announced “all old messages are deleted”, and the
answering machine will return to standby mode.
or
or
3) The message counter will return to “0” if there are no new message in any
mailbox.
4) The mailbox LED will be turn off.
5) Deleted messages cannot be recovered.
9.7 Volume Control
1) Press UP/Down key to enter volume setting, the current volume level
will be displayed.
2) Press Up/Down key to increase/ decrease the volume level, the LED
display shows the volume level ( 1 - 8 ).
9.8 Call Screening / Intercept
1)
Make sure the answering machine is on, and the message playback volume
control to a level above 1 so that the caller’s voice may be heard.
2) To take the call, press PHONE on the handset.
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9.9 Change Message Alert
1) When Audible Message Alert is on, the base beeps once every 10 seconds
when new messages have been received.
2) Press “Menu” key until “AL” is displayed on the LED, and it will announce
“message alert is on or off” according to the current setting, and “On” or “OF”
should display for 1 second.
3) Press “Previous” or “Next” key to switch the message alert on or off, the
LED display will show “On or OF” with the voice prompt “ On or off”.
or
4) During the message alert setting mode, press the “Menu” key to confirm
the setting and enter the base ringer setting mode.
5) During the message alert setting mode, Press “Stop” key to exit menu
setting mode. A beep can be heard to validate the setting.
6) The default is Off
9.10 Remote Access
You can access many features of the OL2410 remotely from a touch-tone phone.
1) When connected enter your remote access code (default 0000) during the
announcement.
2) If the code entered is correct, it will give one beep.
3) If incorrect entry reenter code. The user is allowed to reenter 3 times.
After this need to redial.
4) Within 5 seconds, enter a remote command (see “remote access
commands”) else it will play the help menu automatically. If no command
is input within 20 seconds the line will be disconnect.
5) The answering machine will give voice prompts to help with remote
operation.
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9.10.1 Remote Access Commands
Function
Play messages
Repeat/Previous Message
Stop message
Play Next message
Delete current message
Record Memo
Record announcement
Toggle answer on/off
Play Help Menu
Command
First press 1, 2 or 3, to select and play
message in mailbox
Press 4 / Press 4 twice
Press 5
Press 6
Press 7
Press 8
Press 9, then press 5 to stop
Press 0
Press *
9.10.2 Change Remote Access Code
1) The remote access code is used to protect from unauthorized external
access. It is advisable to change the access code before use.
2) Press “Menu” key until “Ac” is displayed on the LED display, “remote
access code is xxxx” will be announced and the current remote code will be
displayed for 1 second. (e.g., remote code is 1234, the display sequence is
“12” then “- -“ then “34”.)
3)
Press “Previous” or “Next” and the first digit of the code will blink
accompanied by voice announcement of actual number.
4)
Use “Previous” or “Next” to modify.
or
5) Press “Menu” key to validate the first access code, and then the second
digit will blink.
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6) Press the “Previous” or “Next” to modify the second digit.
or
Repeat steps 5 and 6 above to change all 4 digits of the code.
7) Press “Menu” key to confirm the current setting.
8) During remote access code setting mode, holding “Previous” or “Next”
key will scroll through all the selection from 0 and 9, during this process,
no announcement can be heard. Release the “Previous” or “Next”” key, a
beep will be heard and the last setting will be displayed with voice prompt.
or
9) During remote access code setting mode, Press “Stop” key to exit menu
setting mode, a beep can be heard and the setting will be validated.
9.10 Message Window Display
Window display
0
1-50, flashing
0 – 50 and F, alternating
Counting 0 to 59
1-50
1-8, steady for one second
00-99
ON or OF
Description
No new messages in any mailbox
Total number of messages in all mailboxes
Memory is full, or total number of message is
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Duration of announcement or memo
recording
Current message number during message
playback
Indicates volume level selected when volume
“UP” or volume “DOWN” is pressed.
Current Remote Access Code while setting
Displayed when any setting is changed from
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CL
and
alternating
--
normal
display,
On or Off
Clock needs to be set
The unit is answering a call or is in remote
operation
Answering machine is initializing
Announcement 1 /announcement 2
Enter Answer on/off menu mode
During setting number of rings
Enter remote access code
Enter announce only
Enter message alert
Enter base ringer
Enter number of rings
Setting the day of the time
Setting the hour of the time
Setting the minute of the time
88, flashing
A1/A2
An
2/4/tS
Ac
Ao
AL
br
Nr
d1-d7
00-23
00-59
9.12 Set Base Ringer
1) The ringer tone at the base can be switched on or off according to users’
preference.
2) Press “Menu” key until “br” is displayed on the LED display with the
announcement “base ringer is on/off”, and “On” or “OF” should display for
1 second.
3) Press “Previous” or “Next” key to switch the answer on/off, the LED
display will display “On or OF”, at the same time the unit will announce
“ On/Off” according to current setting.
or
4) During the base ringer setting mode, press the “Menu” key to confirm the
setting.
5) During the base ringer setting mode, Press “Stop” key to exit menu setting.
A beep can be heard to validate the setting.
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9.13 Set Number of Rings (2/ 4 / Toll Saver)
1) The answering machine can be configured to set different number of rings
before the answering machine pick up an incoming call.
2) Press “Menu” key until “Nr” is displayed on the LED display, and it will
announce “number of rings selected is 2/4/toll saver”, and “2” or “4” or “tS”
should display for 1 second.
3) Press “Previous” or “Next” key to modify the setting. The LED display
will show “r2 or r4 or tS” with voice prompt “ two or four or toll saver”.
or
2) During the number of rings setting mode, press the “Menu” key to confirm
the setting and return to Answer On / Off setting mode.
3) During the setting mode, Press “Stop” key to exit menu setting, a beep can
be heard to validate the setting.
4) The default is Toll Saver. That means the unit will answer after 4 rings
when there is no new message in the memory, or after 2 rings when new
message is in the memory.
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10 Consumer Information
This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC rules and the requirements
adopted by the ACTA. On the back of this equipment is a label that contains,
among other information, a product identifier in the format US:
2X6WI00B2G4C230X. If requested, this number must be provided to the
telephone company.
An applicable certification jacks Universal Service Order Codes (USOC) for the
equipment is provided (i.e., RJ11C) in the packaging with each piece of approved
terminal equipment.
A plug and jack used to connect this equipment to the premises wiring and
telephone network must comply with the applicable FCC part 68 rules and
requirements adopted by the ACTA. A compliant telephone cord and modular
plug is provided with this product. It is designed to be connected to a compatible
modular jack that is also compliant. See installation instructions for details in
section (2).
The REN is used to determine the number of devices that may be connected to a
telephone line. Excessive RENs on a telephone line may result in the devices not
ringing in response to an incoming call. In most but not all areas, the sum of
RENs should not exceed five (5.0). To be certain of the number of devices that
may be connected to a line, as determined by the total RENs, contact the local
telephone company. The REN for this product is part of the product identifier that
has the format US: 2X6WI00B2G4C230X. The digits represented by 00 are the
REN without a decimal point (e.g., 03 is a REN of 0.3). The REN is separately
shown on the label too.
If this equipment OL2410 causes harm to the telephone network, the telephone
company will notify you in advance that temporary discontinuance of service may
be required. But if advance notice isn’t practical, the telephone company will
notify the customer as soon as possible. Also, you will be advised of your right to
file a complaint with the FCC if you believe it is necessary.
The telephone company may make changes in its facilities, equipment, operations
or procedures that could affect the operation of the equipment. If this happens the
telephone company will provide advance notice in order for you to make necessary
modifications to maintain uninterrupted service.
Please follow instructions for repairing if any (e.g. battery replacement section);
otherwise do not alternate or repair any parts of device except specified.
Connection to party line service is subject to state tariffs. Contact the state public
utility commission, public service commission or corporation commission for
information.
This equipment is hearing aid compatible.
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NOTICE:
1) If your home has specially wired alarm equipment connected to the telephone
line, ensure the installation of this OL2410 does not disable your alarm equipment.
If you have questions about what will disable alarm equipment, consult your
telephone company or a qualified installer.
2) According to telephone company reports, AC electrical surges, typically
resulting from lightning strikes, are very destructive to telephone equipment
connected to AC power sources. To minimize damage from these types of
surges, a surge arrestor is recommended.
Should you experience trouble with this equipment, please contact US Returns
Center, Wave Industries, with the below information for warranty information. If
the equipment is causing harm to the telephone network, the telephone company
may request that you disconnect the equipment until the problem is resolved.
QUESTIONS??????
OUR HELP LINE IS
1-866-537-0384
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WARNING: Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly
approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's
authority to operate the equipment.
CAUTION: To maintain compliance with the FCC's RF exposure guidelines place
the base unit at least 20 cm from nearby persons.
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a
Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are
designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation. For body worn operation, this phone has been tested and
meets the FCC RF exposure guidelines when used with the belt clip supplied or
designated for this product. Use of other accessories may not ensure compliance
with FCC RF exposure guidelines. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate
radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However,
there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If
this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception,
which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
•
•
•
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to
which the receiver is needed.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio TV technician for help.
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference and
(2) This device must accept any interference received. Including interference that
may cause undesired operation.
Privacy of communications may not be ensured when using this phone.
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