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Hicom
cordless EM
Convenience mobile
unit 2000C
Operating
instructions
Warning!
Please read the safety
notes on page 2
before putting
the equipment
into service.
General

Safety notes

Notes on mobile unit use
Do not use the mobile unit in environments where there
is danger of explosion.
Research has shown that electronic devices, such as
medical equipment, can be affected by the mobile unit.
Local safety regulations must therefore be
observed!
The mobile unit is not suitable for people with hearing
aids since the radio signals interfere with hearing aids,
producing a very unpleasant humming sound if the vol-
ume is turned up too high.
Recommendation: Gigaset 2000H headset, see
page 61.
Do not use mobile units in damp environments
(bathroom). The units are not splashproof.
Notes on battery use
Only use approved nickel-cadmium batteries (NiCd
batteries) or nickel-metal-hydride batteries (NiMH),
see page 16.
Never use other batteries or normal (non-rechargea-
ble) batteries. These batteries can cause short-circuit
and may be subject to damage (dangerous). Read the
labels in the mobile unit and charging unit battery com-
partments.
Meaning of symbols:
– Warning! Please read the safety
notes in the operating instructions.
– Use rechargeable batteries only
and observe polarity.
Avoid contact with water and fire.
Do not use non-Siemens charging devices. This
could damage the batteries.
Please also read the notes on page 7 through 12.
2
General
Operating elements, unit parts
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
GHI
4
PQRS
7
a
7
R
8
9
1
Receiver inset
2
Display (illuminated)
3
Display keys
4
Menu key
5
On-hook key
+
6
Talk key
Figure 1: Operating elements, unit parts
Gigaset 2000C
ABC
DEF
2
3
JKL
MNO
5
6
TUV
WXYZ
8
9
A
0
7
Recall key
8
Microphone
9
On/Off key
10 Attachment clip
11 Ringer loudspeaker
12 Battery compartment/lid
3
10
11
12

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  • Page 1: Safety Notes

    12 Battery compartment/lid and observe polarity. Avoid contact with water and fire. Figure 1: Operating elements, unit parts Do not use non-Siemens charging devices. This could damage the batteries. Warning! Please read the safety Please also read the notes on page 7 through 12.

  • Page 2: General

    General Features Features of the DECT* mobile unit Illuminated graphical display with battery charge display Number redial for the last five numbers dialled Telephone directory in the mobile unit for approx. 100 entries Enhanced user guidance with displays in German, English, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese or Dutch For information on setting the language, see page 55 Block dial with correction option...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    General General Telephone directory ......32 Table of contents Entering letters/characters and digits ....32 General .

  • Page 4: Hicom Cordless Em

    General General General Local functions can also be performed in the charging Hicom cordless EM Leaving the radio network shell. ® The Hicom cordless EM DECT* telephone system com- Before saving, local functions can be cancelled with the Integrated power saving function: If you leave the base prises menu key or the on-hook key...

  • Page 5: Explanation Of The Display

    General General General Explanation of the display Display keys Selecting functions The mobile unit features a 4-line display with 16 characters The two display keys are located directly under the display. For information on setting the language to German, Eng- per line.

  • Page 6: Putting The Mobile Unit Into Service

    General Putting the mobile unit into service Putting the mobile unit into service Inserting batteries into the mobile unit Charging and using the batteries Display key for cancelling functions/ The batteries supplied (NiCd) are not charged. returning to the next menu level up. Note: To charge the batteries, insert the mobile unit in the Gigaset On-hook key for ending calls or for cancelling...

  • Page 7: Logging Mobile Units Onto A Telephone System

    NiMH, 1300 mAh up to 130 up to 13 mens. Please ask Siemens Service or your retailer to pro- on (registered) if the ring symbol vide you with the call number and the system code (eight- flashes (this can take up to 30 sec- Permitted batteries: digit) of every mobile unit and to open the "logon window"...

  • Page 8: Activating/deactivating Mobile Units

    Putting the mobile unit into service Telephone functions Telephone functions This display when the mobile is Activating/deactivating mobile units External dialling on is a prerequisite and initial status   for all telephone functions (see also Off status: display clear – calls are not received! Press the talk key - the user’s own    ...

  • Page 9: Block Dialling For Internal/external Dialling

    Telephone functions Telephone functions Telephone functions Editing a number Block dialling for internal/external dialling Number redial – last five numbers Press the display key. Block dialling means that you enter the number first (up to You have dialled a number, but the other par ty is busy or Scroll to the desired number.

  • Page 10: Switching Functions

    Switching functions Switching functions Switching functions Prerequisite: The required function is set up! Consultation during a call Conference Automatic callback You are conducting an internal or external call and would This function allows you to set up a telephone conference like to obtain some information from an internal or external with up to five users.

  • Page 11: Overview - Code Functions

    Switching functions Switching functions Switching functions System- System- Overview - code functions Standard Standard Functions specific Functions specific code code code code Like other Hicom telephones, the mobile unit allows you to Associated dialling DTMF dialling (tone dialling)(Short cut) perform the following functions by entering codes. The codes Set up connections for other Partner+ Transmit DTMF signals.

  • Page 12: Telephone Directory

    Switching functions Telephone directory Telephone directory Your mobile unit has a telephone directory for storing up to System- Standard 100 numbers, see also Note on page 43. The stored num- Functions specific code code bers can be simply dialled, modified or deleted at any time. Access to the telephone directory is locked if the mobile unit Switch actuation, on...

  • Page 13: Overview - Directory Submenu

    Telephone directory Telephone directory Telephone directory Overview – key layout Inserting a function: Overview – directory submenu You can enter a pause, e.g. following an international prefix, when you are entering the telephone numbers. Submenu Explanation/note Dial Number see page 37 Press the display key.

  • Page 14: Dialling A Number From The Telephone Directory

    Telephone directory Telephone directory Main menu – functions Dialling a number from the telephone directory Editing/deleting/displaying an entry Deleting the telephone directory Prerequisite: Number is stored and mobile unit is "on" – The stored entries – numbers and/or names – can be edited, You can also delete all of the entries in the entire telephone no connection is set up (idle).

  • Page 15: Overview - Main Menu

    Main menu – functions Main menu – functions Main menu – functions DSS number for locked mobile unit Overview – main menu Short cuts You can store one external DSS number (direct station Short cuts make it easier to perform "longer" operating Main menu Explanation/notes selection number) which can be dialled if the mobile unit is...

  • Page 16: Setting The Base

    Main menu – functions Main menu – functions Settings Switch to entering the short cut Prerequisite: Setting the base contents. You have selected a specific base as described above and If your mobile unit is logged onto more than one base Press the recall key.

  • Page 17: Overview - Settings

    Settings Settings Settings Overview – settings Settings – handset, ringer... Base settings You can rename the preset base names "Base 1" through Press the menu key. Setting Explanation/notes Level Default "Base 6". Within a company, for example, base 1 could be    Scroll to changed to "Plant 1"...

  • Page 18: Overview - Beeps

    Settings Settings Settings ISDN configuration Overview – handset settings Overview – beeps Not relevant for cordless EM. Setting Explanation/notes Level Default Beep type Explanation, note Default De-registering a base Beeps see page 51 – – Key Beeps Audible each time a key is pressed The mobile unit should not be de-registered! The backlight is switched on...

  • Page 19: Beeps - Keys, Battery, Range

    Settings Settings Settings Enter the mobile unit PIN and Beeps – keys, battery, range... Select services confirm. The stored default select services – operating sequences %   Press the menu key.   + for Telecom services – cannot be used with cordless EM.    Scroll to  ...

  • Page 20: Changing The Mobile Unit Pin

    Settings Settings Settings Changing the mobile unit PIN Setting the language Resetting the mobile unit to the default state Prerequisite: The mobile unit is on (German default You can use this function to reset your mobile unit to the You can use this function to change your personal mobile state*!) defined default state, e.g.

  • Page 21: Appendix

    Appendix Appendix Appendix Settings after the mobile unit has been reset: Troubleshooting Approval Telephone directory: Retained Before contacting the Service department, you should The mobile units have been approved by the German Fed- Short cuts: Retained attempt to correct any errors yourself: eral Office of Telecommunication Approval (BZT).

  • Page 22: Acoustic Signals

    0.2 s/0.3 s beep/pause, sequence repeated after 0.5-s pause Gigaset 2000L charging shell For charging the mobile unit batteries and External dial tone two spare batteries. Further information available on request. Steady tone Please contact your nearest Siemens Sales office. Ring tone Pause Pause Beep Beep Beep 0.8 s...

  • Page 23: Index

    Index Index Index Call waiting ......28 DSS number Hicom functions ....25, 28 Send/delete message text ..29 Call waiting tone ....60 deleting ......40 Hunt group ......30 Service ........39 Accessories......61 On status ......10, 20 displaying......40 Callback ........

  • Page 24

    Voice calling ......29 Volume handset ......45 ringer.........46...

  • Page 25

    "Electromagnetic Compatibility", 73/23/EWG "Electric Operating Resources for Use within Specific Voltage Parameters". and thus bears the CE mark. © Siemens AG 1998 Published by the All rights reserved. Private Communication Systems Group Delivery subject to availability; Hofmannstraße 51, D-81359 Munich right of technical modifications reserved.

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