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Registering And De-Registering Handsets; Using Several Handsets; Internal Calls - Siemens Gigaset A140 Manual

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Registering and de-registering
handsets
You can register up to four handsets on your base
station.
A Gigaset A14/A24 handset that is not yet regis-
tered on a base is registered automatically. Other
handsets must be registered manually.
Automatic registering:
Gigaset handset A14/A24
Any Gigaset A14/A24 handset that is not registered
to a base can be registered automatically. To regis-
ter a handset for the first time, place it in the base
with the display facing forward. Registering takes
about 1 minute; a number of icons flash in the dis-
play. The handset is automatically assigned the
next available internal number (1–4). This number
appears in the top left of the display after success-
ful registering, e.g. "2". If all of the internal num-
bers 1 to 4 are used up (i.e. four handsets have
been registered), handset number 4 is de-regis-
tered and overwritten.
Manual registering:
Gigaset handset A14/A24
1. On the handset:
MENU
enter your system PIN (default is 0000)
The display shows
REGISTER HS
tration procedure.
2. On the base: Within 60 sec. of entering the sys-
tem PIN, press the register/paging key on the front
of the base (page 1) and hold for approx. 3 sec.
The registration process starts.
Manual registering: Other handsets
Other handsets are registered as follows:
1. On the handset: Start to register your handset
as described in its operating instructions.
2. On the base: Press the register/paging key on
the front of the base (page 1) for approx. 3 sec.
The registration process starts.
De-registering handsets
You can de-register your Gigaset A14/A24 from the
base station as follows
¢
Select handset
INT
¢
DE-REG H/SET
OK
Enter the system PIN (default is 0000)
¢
DE-REGISTER?
OK
The internal number disappears from the de-regis-
tered handset. Handsets that have not been de-
registered retain their internal number.
¢
¢
REGISTER HS
OK
during the regis-
¢
¢
MENU
¢
¢
OK
¢
a
.
5

Using several handsets

Internal calls

Internal calls are no-cost calls to other handsets
that are registered to the same base.
INT
either ...
~
or ...
P
... then
a
Internal conference/Call connecting
You are in conversation with an external caller.
To confer:
(the external caller hears the on hold mel-
¢
INT
ody)
Select a handset
¢
nal number).
¢
End:
MENU
.
You are reconnected with the external caller.
Or to connect the call:
¢
Select a handset
INT
call if required)
You can also press the end call key
ately (without announcing the call). If the internal
number does not answer or is busy the call will
come back to you automatically.
Barging in on an external call
You are conducting an external call. An internal
caller can 'barge in' on your call and join in the con-
versation (everybody hears a beep). Requirement:
The
BARGE IN
Activating/deactivating internal barge-in
¢
MENU
BASE SET
(
BARGE IN
Internal barge-in
The display shows
¢
in on the call.
c
Press the talk key.
You are connected. Everyone hears a signal tone.
The display shows
a
End:
Press the end call key.
Press the display key.
Your own handset is marked "<".
Call a single handset:
Enter number of handset,
2
e.g.
.
Calling all handsets:
Press the star key.
Ending the call:
Press the end call key.
¢
c
(confer with inter-
¢
GO BACK
OK.
¢
c
(announce the
¢
a
Press the end call key.
a
function is activated.
¢
ADD FEATURES
= on).
. You wish to barge
LINE IN USE
.
LISTENING IN
immedi-
¢

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