APPLICANT: MOTOROLA, INC. FCC ID: IHDT6ZC1 INSTRUCTION MANUAL A preliminary draft copy of the Users Manual follows: EXHIBIT 8...
FX5000.book Page 1 Monday, February 14, 2000 1:24 PM FX5000 Digital Fixed Wireless Telephone Cover to be Designed...
All Motorola wireless phones are designed and manufactured to meet Motorola’s exacting speciﬁcations and world class quality standards. The FX5000 Digital ﬁxed wireless phone is no exception. This personal phone withstands our rigorous durability tests including temperature, humidity, and a drop test.
FX5000.book Page iii Monday, February 14, 2000 1:24 PM General Safety Information Wireless Operation Safety Information IMPORTANT! Read This Information Before Using Your Wireless Telephone. Exposure to Radio Frequency Signals Your ﬁxed wireless telephone is a radio transmitter and receiver. When it is ON, it receives and also sends out radio frequency (RF) signals.
Using External Antennas interference with the pacemaker. These recommendations are consistent with the independent research by and Your FX5000 Digital telephone is equipped with an antenna which screws onto the transceiver. This antenna is recommendations of Wireless Technology Research. intended for internal use, and will provide adequate operation under normal circumstances. If you elect to install...
FX5000.book Page vi Monday, February 14, 2000 1:24 PM General Safety Information Notes…...
Since your FX5000 Digital telephone operates like a radio and uses the wireless telephone system, there is no need to have telephone wiring or jacks in your home.
Introduction Introduction FX5000 Digital Telephone Major Components The major components of your FX5000 Digital telephone are shown in the photo on the next page. Antenna • Handset — Hold the handset to your ear like any normal telephone to carry on conversations.
This includes programming your phone and providing you with a phone number. • Your FX5000 Digital telephone must be installed in an area where it can adequately communicate with the wireless telephone system (by radio communications). This means that the location in which you wish to use your phone must be within the coverage area of the wireless telephone system.
Assembly Unpacking and Taking Inventory Open the packaging and remove the contents. Your FX5000 Digital telephone package should contain the following items. If it does not, return the entire package to the dealer and exchange it for a new package.
RF adapter to allow the antenna cable to connect to the transceiver . Be sure to read your Motorola warranty to determine the limits and liabilities imposed if you elect to use any hardware not approved by Motorola. Doing so may void your warranty.
Installation Overview In this section, we will tell you how to mount your FX5000 Digital telephone (desktop or wall mounted) and how to plug your telephone into the AC outlet. Keep the following in mind when deciding where to position your telephone.
Be sure to position your phone so that the DC power cord will reach a nearby electrical outlet. Note that the Your FX5000 Digital telephone has been designed for use on a horizontal surface (like a desk) or antenna should be positioned vertically as shown. Install two 8.3 cm...
Notes… Plugging into AC Power Your FX5000 Digital telephone is equipped with an AC-to-DC transformer that you plug into an AC electrical outlet with voltage according to transformer. Check transformer label. Connect your telephone to AC power by plugging in the transformer to a nearby AC receptacle.
FX5000.book Pages 14 - 15 Monday, February 14, 2000 1:24 PM Controls and Indicators Controls and Indicators Numeric Keypad Used to enter call information. Flash Button This button is used to send a switch hook ﬂash when a call is in progress.
Turning Your Phone On and Off described are memory dialing, volume adjustments, and last number redial. Your FX5000 Digital telephone is on whenever the transformer is plugged into a powered AC Whenever using your phone, keep the following in mind: electrical outlet and the DC power cord is plugged into the base.
FX5000.book Pages 18 - 19 Monday, February 14, 2000 1:24 PM Operating Your Telephone Operating Your Telephone How to Receive a Call Using Memory Dialing When you hear the ring tone indicating an incoming call, lift the handset to your ear Storing Numbers in Memory and begin the conversation.
FX5000.book Pages 20 - 21 Monday, February 14, 2000 1:24 PM Operating Your Telephone Operating Your Telephone Placing Calls from Memory Making Volume Adjustments 1. With power on, lift the handset. Adjusting the Earpiece Volume 2. Press and hold the associated digit key ( through ).
FX5000.book Pages 22 - 23 Monday, February 14, 2000 1:24 PM Operating Your Telephone Operating Your Telephone Adjusting the Ringer Volume Advanced Call Features The loudness of the ringer tone you hear from the base to alert you of an incoming call can be Your phone supports the advanced call features: call waiting, call forwarding and 3-way call.
FX5000.book Page 24 Monday, February 14, 2000 1:24 PM Troubleshooting Overview If you have problems placing or receiving calls, try to locate your difﬁculty in the following troubleshooting table and follow the instructions to remedy the problem. If you still are having problems, contact your Wireless Service Provider.
FX5000.book Page 25 Monday, February 14, 2000 1:24 PM Technical Specifications Technical Speciﬁcations The following table lists the technical speciﬁcations for your FX5000 Digital telephone. General 19.3 cm x 19.1 cm x 6.6 cm (excluding Dimensions antenna) Weight 1.1 Kg Operating Temperature 0º...
FX5000.book Page 26 Monday, February 14, 2000 1:24 PM American Wireless Subscriber Group 600 North U.S. Highway 45 Libertyville, Illinois 60048-5343 U.S.A. Visit us on the web: www.mot.com , and all other trademarks indicated as such herein are trademarks of Motorola, Inc.