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Hicom 150 E
optiset E standard
optiset E advance plus/comfort
optiset E advance conference/conference
G281-0669-00

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  • Page 1: Operating Instructions

    Operating Instructions Hicom 150 E optiset E standard optiset E advance plus/comfort optiset E advance conference/conference G281-0669-00...
  • Page 2: Faceplate

    When cleaning your telephone, do not use abrasive cleaning agents or chemicals that attack plastic. Faceplate optiset E standard, optiset E advance plus/comfort, optiset E advance conference/conference Faceplate optiset E key module Handset Speaker (ringing tones/open listening Keys for telephone settings Keypad Microphone for handsfree talking Display (2 lines, 24 characters per line...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Faceplate optiset E standard, optiset E advance plus/comfort, optiset E advance conference/conference ..........2 Faceplate optiset E key module ............... 2 Hicom 150 E Office and optiset E ............. 5 Scroll and Confirm (Dialog)............... 5 Program/Service Menu................6 Overview of Functions and Codes (in Alphabetical Order) ................
  • Page 4 Meaning of the Functions ............... 30 Overview of Functions and Codes (in Alphabetical Order, to Cut Out for Reference) ........ 35 Speed Dial Destinations ................40...
  • Page 5: Hicom 150 E Office And Optiset E

    Hicom 150 E Office and optiset E ® When connected to Hicom 150 E Office (Re- lease 2.0 and 2.2), your new telephone uses a patented system of user prompts. The display always shows you which functions are cur- rently available. Get to know your telephone’s capabilities.
  • Page 6: Program/Service Menu

    Program/Service Menu Press the Program/Service key; the LED lights Program/Service Scroll to the function you need (which must be available in the current mode). Press the “OK” dialog key to confirm your se- lection. Follow any other user prompts that may appear.
  • Page 7: Overview Of Functions And Codes (In Alphabetical Order)

    Overview of Functions and Codes (in Alphabetical Order) You can access any of the features and func- tions configured in your system: Interactively: The features and functions offered when you scroll with the dialog keys are useful primarily when off-hook/ engaged in a call, for example: Call waiting, Start transfer, Start confer- ence, Toggle/Connect, US:Consult UK:En-...
  • Page 8 Functions 1. Interac- 2. Via the 3. With (= display) tively Program/Service function menu keys (programma- Program/Service Æ Code Callback View callbacks/Delete Caller list Save number Changeover on Changeover off Change PIN Clear Error Message Time exceeded Conference Start conference Add party End conference View conf parties...
  • Page 9 Functions 1. Interac- 2. Via the 3. With (= display) tively Program/Service function menu keys (programma- Program/Service Æ Code HF answerback on HF answerback off Hotline Join hunt group Leave hunt group Lock all phones Log on CMI unit (not for U.S.) Mute on Mute off Night answer on...
  • Page 10 Functions 1. Interac- 2. Via the 3. With (= display) tively Program/Service function menu keys (programma- Program/Service Æ Code Send message US:View messages UK:Display Messages/ Delete View sent message Mailbox Silent monitor (U.S. only) Speaker call Start transfer Suppress call ID Restore caller ID Tel.
  • Page 11: Texts And Symbols On The Display

    Texts and Symbols on the Display Texts on the Display First line on the display: Callback set > Date and time in the idle state Caller: “US:Call from: UK:From: (tele- phone number or name)” Input requests such as “Please dial” Acknowledgments such as “Callback set”...
  • Page 12: Symbols

    Symbols Symbol Meaning Lift the handset (off-hook). Speak. Replace the handset (on-hook). Dial a telephone number or code. Press these keys. Press the key. Press the illuminated key. Press the flashing key. Follow the user prompts. Press the “OK” dialog key and follow any user prompts that may appear.
  • Page 13: Telephone Settings

    Telephone Settings Adjusting the Receiving Volume You can do this while engaged in a call and using the handset, during open listening, or handsfree operation Press one of these keys. Adjust the volume. Confirm and save your setting. Adjusting the Ring Volume/Ring Tone (Pitch)/Hands- free Function (Room Acoustics) The telephone is idle Press one of these keys.
  • Page 14: Answering Calls

    Answering Calls Answering a Call Your telephone rings. Watch the display for in- formation on the caller. Lift the handset. Speak. Open Listening While engaged in a call and using the handset, you can press a key to activate the loudspeak- er so that other people in the room can tempo- rarily listen in on your call.
  • Page 15: Picking Up Calls

    Picking up Calls You can use your own phone to answer a call for a colleague who is away from his desk. Those calls can be picked up even when you are engaged in another call. Lift the handset. Press the flashing repertory dial key. Name Enter the code for “Pickup - directed”...
  • Page 16: Making Calls

    Making Calls Internal Calls Lift the handset. Enter the station number. External Calls Lift the handset. Dial the external code and the external num- ber. Press the Line key. Line ... Enter an external number. You can make calls without lifting the handset.
  • Page 17: Programming/Assigning Available Keys

    Programming/Assigning Available Keys You can store any telephone number for reper- Æ tory dialing ( 28) or any function under an available key on the telephone and on the optiset E key module. Press the Program/Service key; the LED lights Program/Service Use the “next”...
  • Page 18: Important Functions

    Important Functions Caller List Retrieving/calling Scroll to “Caller list?” and confirm your selec- tion. Enter the code for “Caller list.” Mark or select the desired caller. Scroll to “Next?” and confirm your selection. Scroll to Call? and confirm your selection. A call is placed to the desired caller.
  • Page 19: Call Forwarding

    Call Forwarding Activating call forwarding Scroll to “Forwarding on?” and confirm your selection. Enter the code for “Forwarding on.” Enter code “ 11=all calls?” (to forward internal and external calls). Enter code “ 12=external calls only?” (to forward external calls only). Enter code “...
  • Page 20: Call Transfer

    Call Transfer You are engaged in a call and would like to transfer it to another party (the message “US:Consult UK:Enquiry?” is already dis- played. Confirm the message to place the first caller on hold. Dial the telephone number of the other party Æ...
  • Page 21 Sending a Message Sending a message Scroll to “Send message?” and confirm your selection. Enter the code for “Send message.“ Follow the user prompts from this point on. (Enter the internal station number of the re- cipient and the message text number, 0 - 9.) Displaying/deleting messages you have sent Scroll to “View sent message?”...
  • Page 22 Conference Starting a conference (you are conducting a call) Scroll to “Start conference?” and confirm your selection. Dial the number of the other party (making in- Æ ternal/external calls 16). Confirm “Conference?” on the display. Press the Program/Service key; the LED lights Program/Service Enter the code for “Conference.”...
  • Page 23 Remove ISDN central office party from the conference (only for U.S.) Scroll to “Drop last conf. party?” and confirm your selection. Press the Program/Service key; the LED lights Program/Service 4 9 1 Enter the code 4 9 1. Toggle During a “US:Consult UK:Enquiry” call that Æ...
  • Page 24 Mute On/Off You can switch off the handset microphone or the handsfree microphone for a temporary pe- riod. Mute on (microphone off) during a call Press the Mute key; the LED lights up. Mute Press the Program/Service key; the LED lights Program/Service Enter the code for “Mute on.”...
  • Page 25 Parking Calls Parking a call (you are engaged in a call) Press the Program/Service key; the LED lights Program/Service Scroll to “Park a call?” and confirm your se- lection. Enter the code for “Park a call.” Follow the user prompts from this point on. (Enter the number of the park slot (0 - 9) and make a note of it.
  • Page 26 Consultation Hold You are engaged in a call and would like to con- sult another party. “US:Consult UK:Enquiry?” is already displayed. Confirm the message to place the first party on hold. Dial the telephone number of the other party Æ (making internal/external calls 16).
  • Page 27: Callback

    Callback, Automatic The internal party you are trying to reach is busy or is not answering. The message “Call- back?” is shown on the display. Confirm the message and end the call. The system or the other party will call you back automatically as soon as the other party becomes free or uses the telephone again.
  • Page 28: Number Redial

    Release Releasing a connection or terminating a proce- dure Press the Release key. The call is released or the procedure is termi- Release nated. Number Redial The last three external numbers that you di- aled are stored automatically. To dial a stored telephone number: Press the Redial key.
  • Page 29 Release / Number Redial / Repertory...
  • Page 30: Meaning Of The Functions

    Meaning of the Functions Æ A brief description of all possible functions is provided below (see also The functions you can use depend on the individual class of service of your telephone and on the configuration of your system. Accepting a waiting call (call waiting) While a call is in progress you can answer a second call that is waiting.
  • Page 31 Call waiting You can let a busy internal party know that you want to talk. Æ Callback ( You can request that a party whose number you have dialed should automat- ically call back. Caller ID suppression, external Before dialing an external number you can suppress the display of the caller’s telephone number and name on the called party’s screen.
  • Page 32: Repertory Dialing

    Hotline (automatic connection setup) Your telephone can be configured so that a connection to a definable destina- tion is made either immediately or after a certain time (time-dependent hot- line) after you lift the handset. Hunt group (group call) If you belong to a group of users who can be reached under a common tele- phone number in the hunt group/group call, you can leave the group and then join it again.
  • Page 33 Radio paging (not for U.S.) If paging equipment is connected to your system, you can contact people via their assigned pocket receivers. The person you page can then go to the near- est telephone and call you. Relay You can activate and deactivate particular devices (such as relays). Release trunk You can release busy external trunks.
  • Page 34: Toggle

    Telephone data service You can use your telephone to control computers connected to your system or programs running on them, for example hotel services or information sys- tems. Æ Toggle ( You can alternate between two existing calls. Trace call (only if requested from the carrier, not for U.S.) You can have the carrier identify malicious external callers.
  • Page 35 Overview of Functions and Codes (in Alphabetical Order, to Cut Out for Reference) You can access any of the features and func- tions configured in your system: Interactively: The features and functions offered when you scroll with the dialog keys are useful primarily when off-hook/ engaged in a call, for example: Call waiting, Start transfer, Start confer- ence, Toggle/Connect, US:Consult UK:En-...
  • Page 36 Functions 1. Interac- 2. Via the 3. With (= display) tively Program/Service function menu keys (programma- Program/Service Æ Code Callback View callbacks/Delete Caller list Save number Changeover on Changeover off Change PIN Clear Error Message Time exceeded Conference Start conference Add party End conference View conf parties...
  • Page 37 Functions 1. Interac- 2. Via the 3. With (= display) tively Program/Service function menu keys (programma- Program/Service Æ Code Hotline Join hunt group Leave hunt group Lock all phones Log on CMI unit (not for U.S.) Mute on Mute off Night answer on Night answer off Number redial...
  • Page 38 Functions 1. Interac- 2. Via the 3. With (= display) tively Program/Service function menu keys (programma- Program/Service Æ Code Speaker call Start transfer Suppress call ID Restore caller ID Tel. data service Temporary MSN (not for U.S.) Timed reminder on Timed reminder off Toggle/Connect Trace call (not for U.S.)
  • Page 39 The Siemens optiset E phones for Hicom 150 E system are hearing-aid compatible and comply with the applicable FCC Rules, Part 68 and Industry Canada CS-03 Standard. 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.
  • Page 41 Siemens Information and Communication Networks, Inc. 4900 Old Ironsides Drive P.O. Box 58075 Santa Clara, CA 95052-8075 Siemens reserves the right to change specifications without notice. © Copyright Siemens Information and Communication Networks, Inc. 2000. All rights reserved. Printed in the U.S.A. G281-0669-00...