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Avaya Gemini 9335:
User Guide
W I N N E R
0330 333 7323 | www.denwa.uk.com
MEDIUM SIZED
BUSINESS OF THE YEAR

Summary of Contents

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    Avaya Gemini 9335: User Guide W I N N E R 0330 333 7323 | www.denwa.uk.com MEDIUM SIZED BUSINESS OF THE YEAR...

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    Avaya Gemini CLI Analog Telephone 9335-AV...

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    General Note: When power is switched on or batteries are inserted the display will be blank until the Handset is lifted or the Handsfree button is pressed.

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    Figure One RESET...

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    DC 9V...

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Contents INTRODUCTION ....................... 7 INTENDED USE ........................ 8 SAFETY..........................9 TELEPHONE FEATURES ....................11 DISPLAY.......................... 14 SETTING THE CLOCK....................15 MEMORY FUNCTION ..................... 16 ...........................16 IRECTORY Programming Directory memory ..................16 Dialling a Directory memory....................17 To delete a Directory memory.....................17 ......................17 IRECT CCESS MEMORY Programming Direct Access memory buttons ..............18...

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    SERVICE ......................... 23 HEARING AID COMPATIBLE..................23 WARRANTY ........................23...

  • Page 8: Introduction

    Introduction This AVAYA 9335-AV caller display telephone is specially designed to work behind the AVAYA IP OFFICE system. The telephone is able to show caller display information provided that this option has been switched on by your installer. When a call is received at the telephone, it will display the number of the person calling you (there are some exceptions to this like withheld numbers).

  • Page 9: Intended Use

    Intended Use This apparatus is intended for use on the 2 wire analogue ports of the AVAYA IP OFFICE circuits in all countries except the USA. Because the product is connected behind a PABX it must not be relied upon to contact the emergency services during a power failure.

  • Page 10: Safety

    Safety When using your telephone equipment, the following safety precautions should always be followed to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock and injury to persons. Read and understand all instructions. Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the telephone. This telephone can be hazardous if immersed in water. If you suspect a natural gas leak, report it immediately, but use a telephone away from the area in question.

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    Remove the handset retainer by pushing up out of the slot. Turn the retainer through 180° and place back in its slot. Wall brackets can be obtained from your distributor or contact Avaya Analog support on +44 870 220 0402 www.analogphonesavaya.com...

  • Page 12: Telephone Features

    Telephone Features Please refer to Figure One at the front of this user guide The telephone is supplied with a protective cover over the display. Carefully peel this off before using the telephone. The large LCD panel normally shows the time of day and the number of new calls that you have not yet viewed.

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    This light is to let you know that new calls have been received which have not been reviewed. Pressing this button will bring the calls information on the display and, at the same time, cause the LED to stop flashing and reset the NEW CALLS counter to 0.

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    This button mutes the microphone so the other person on the call cannot hear you. A red lamp indicates the mute is on. Pressing it a second time releases the mute and returns you to normal conversation. It works in Handset, Handsfree and Headset mode.

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    Display TIMER ANSWERED REPEAT DATE AM / PM TIME ENVELOPE UNANSWERED CALL# BATTERY ADAPTOR Numeric Field Alpha-Numeric Field Please refer to the drawing above This is the received calls indicator. NEW denotes calls not previously reviewed. REPEAT - indicates multiple calls from the same caller; only the Date and Time from the most recent attempt will be displayed.

  • Page 16: Setting The Clock

    This symbol will be displayed when the unit is functioning with batteries. 16 digit field for displaying the telephone number. 16 character alpha numeric display to show caller name or number of new calls and total calls received. Setting the clock Lift Handset, insert the 9V DC Adaptor (supplied) to the power socket or insert 3 AA Alkaline batteries.

  • Page 17: Memory Function, D Irectory, Programming Directory Memory

    Memory function There are four different memory stores on this telephone. All of the memory locations will accept 32 digits and 16 alpha characters. Directory You can store up to 100 telephone numbers and names in your personal directory. By accessing a memory, a call can be made by pressing the button.

  • Page 18: Dialling A Directory Memory, To Delete A Directory Memory, D Irect A Ccess Memory

    Dialling a Directory memory To dial a Directory memory; Press You can then scroll through the complete directory by using the▲ and ▼ buttons. Each memory will appear in alphabetical order. Alternatively, you can search for a particular letter by pressing , followed by the alpha key for which you want to search - press 6 once for “M”...

  • Page 19: Programming Direct Access Memory Buttons

    Programming Direct Access memory buttons To store a Direct Access memory; Press the button. “STORE” will appear on the display. Press one of the Direct Access memory buttons 11, where you wish the memory to be stored. NOTE: if the button is pressed once the memory will be stored under the button as a one-touch button.

  • Page 20: Dialling Direct Access Memory Buttons, C Alls Memory, D Isplaying Calls Received

    Dialling Direct Access memory buttons Pressing any of the Direct Access buttons once or twice will automatically display the number stored. If the Handsfree has been programmed into the memory then pressing the memory button will automatically dial the number. If the number is displayed because the Handsfree function has not been stored, pressing the button will dial the number.

  • Page 21: To Store A Call Memory To Directory Memory

    To store a Call memory to Directory Memory Press the button Press the ▲ and▼ button to select desired number from the Caller list. Press and then press Follow the screen prompts - at “ENTER NUMBER” prompt key in the number to be stored. Press - at “ENTER NAME”...

  • Page 22: Deleting The Calls Memory, R Edial Memory

    Press - at “ENTER NAME” prompt key in the name to be stored Press Deleting the Calls memory Press the button Press the ▲ and▼ button to select desired number from the Caller list that is to be erased. Press button twice;...

  • Page 23: Viewing The Redial Memories

    Viewing the Redial memories Press the button. The last number called on the telephone will be displayed with the telephone number and the message REDIAL 1. Using the ▲ and ▼ buttons you can review the last five numbers called. To call any of the numbers, make sure that the entry required is on the screen and press the button.

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    Service Before cleaning, unplug the telephone from the modular wall jack. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning. Hearing Aid Compatible This telephone is Hearing Aid Compatible (HAC). Warranty This product is guaranteed for 18 months from the date of manufacture. To get warranty service on your telephone call the authorised service agent on +44 870 220 0402.

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