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Sony D-WAVE Zuma CM Z200 Operating Instructions Manual

Digital portable cellular telephone.
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3-864-804-11 (1)
Digital Portable
Cellular Telephone
Operating Instructions
6/8/98, 9:26 AM


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  • Page 1 3-864-804-11 (1) Digital Portable Cellular Telephone Operating Instructions CM-Z200 1_CM_Z200 6/8/98, 9:26 AM...
  • Page 2 Welcome to the CM-Z200 Menu map Saved #s display Standby display SAVED #S It's a Sony! – :Calls List 12:34P 12/25 :Phone Book :Saved #s Enter :Find Name :Features digits •Options – -Send -Save FEATURES -Hard Pause •Message -Time Pause...
  • Page 3 Phone Bookor scroll up to view your most recently called numbers in the Calls List. Simply open the arm microphone to call the number you choose. No.1 SONY 1234567890123456 Easy menu access You can easily access your phone’s settings through the Features menu. Press the Jog Dial again to view the options of each menu item.
  • Page 4 DISPOSAL OF LITHIUM ION BATTERY LITHIUM ION BATTERY. DISPOSE OF PROPERLY. You can return your unwanted lithium ion batteries to your nearest Sony Service Center or Factory Service Center. Note: In some areas the disposal of lithium ion batteries in household or business trash may be prohibited.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents Rules and regulations ....................... 1.6 Safety precautions ......................1.7 Getting Started Unpacking your phone ..................... 2.1 Looking at your phone ..................... 2.2 Charging the battery pack ....................2.4 Basic Calling Operations Turning the phone on ......................3.1 Making calls ........................
  • Page 6: Rules And Regulations

    Rules and regulations The U.S. Federal Communications in the licensing process. If you wish to Commission and the Industry Canada use your cellular/PCS telephone on regulate cellular/PCS telephone service both sides of the border, please contact in their respective countries. It is your cellular/PCS carrier (System important for you, the cellular/PCS Operator).
  • Page 7: Safety Precautions

    Safety precautions The Institute of Electrical and IMPORTANT Electronics Engineers (IEEE) in 1991, and The American National Standards For safe and efficient operation of Institute (ANSI) in 1992, updated the your phone, observe these 1982 ANSI Standard for safety levels guidelines.
  • Page 8 Antenna care and replacement Medical devices Do not use the phone with a damaged Consult the manufacturer of any antenna. If a damaged antenna comes personal medical devices (such as into contact with the skin, a minor burn pacemakers, hearing aids, etc.) to may result.
  • Page 9 In the United States, vehicles using Blasting areas liquefied petroleum gas (such as To avoid interfering with blasting propane or butane) must comply with operations, turn your unit OFF when in the National Fire Protection Standard a “blasting area” or in areas posted: (NFPA-58).
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  • Page 11: Unpacking Your Phone

    Unpacking your phone Carefully unpack your phone and check the contents using this list. If there is something missing, please contact your nearest Sony dealer. CM-Z200 Telephone (1) QN-029BPL Li-Ion Battery Pack (1) Hand Strap (1) QN-001AC AC Adapter (1)
  • Page 12: Looking At Your Phone

    Looking at your phone For further information, refer to the page numbers indicated in parentheses ( ). !º !¢ !¡ !∞ !™ !£ !§ Telephone 1 Call alert indicator (XX) button (XX) Lights when there is an incoming call. Press to end calls. Also cancels operations and returns the phone to 2 Earpiece standby mode.
  • Page 13 Display The top row of the display contains icons that inform you of the current status of your phone. The bottom four rows of the display are for text such as phone numbers, names, and operational prompts. Each row displays a maximum of 12 characters. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 Short character display (roam) icon (XX)
  • Page 14: Charging The Battery Pack

    Charging the battery pack Charge the battery before using the phone. A new battery is not fully charged. To charge the battery, attach the battery pack to the phone, then connect the supplied AC adapter. Attaching the battery pack Hook the battery pack onto the top of the phone 1, and ease the battery pack down 2.
  • Page 15 Charging the battery Connect the AC adapter to the phone and the other end to a standard AC outlet as illustrated below. The charging time is approximately 3.5 hours. You can charge the battery pack with the phone turned on, but charging will take longer. to an AC outlet display...
  • Page 16 Checking the battery CDMA mode Analog mode In standby mode 40 hours 11 hours In use continuously 2.3 hours 1 hours Battery condition The battery icon indicates the battery level as follows (when the power is on): Full Empty Note that the battery icon displays the approximate charge level and that the consumption may vary depending on conditions of use, such as ambient temperature, network coverage, and usage patterns.
  • Page 17: Turning The Phone On

    Turning the phone on To use your phone, the power must be turned on. Pull up It is preferable to extend the antenna, since this maximizes signal strength and minimizes interference. Call alert Extending the antenna Hold the end of the antenna and pull up until fully extended.
  • Page 18: Making Calls

    Making calls Arm mic You can call any number up to 32 digits from within a service area. The out-of-service icon ( ) indicates that you are outside the service area. SEND OPER Use the number buttons to enter the number. If you enter the wrong digit, press to back up.
  • Page 19: Receiving Calls

    Receiving calls Arm mic You can receive calls as long as the out-of-service icon ( ) is not displayed. The icon indicates that you are outside the service area. SEND When you receive a call, the ringer sounds or the phone vibrates. Incoming Call flashes on the display, and the call alert indicator blinks.
  • Page 20: Storing Phone Numbers In The Phone Book

    If you enter the wrong character, press to clear the character highlighted by the cursor. To enter “SONY” Press four times to enter an “S.” Press three times to enter an “O.” Wait until the cursor moves one step to the right for the next entry.
  • Page 21 Alphanumeric table (English) Each time you press a number button, the letters/numbers appear as follows: Button Sequence – “ . ‘ , & ( ) : 1 A B C a b c D E F d e f 3 G H I g h i 4 J K L j k l 5 N O m n o 6...
  • Page 22 To enter Select The display shows a hard pause Hard Pause a time pause Time Pause a link Enter Link a hyphen Enter Hyphen – If the Phone Book is full If there are no memory locations available, a message indicates that the memory is full.
  • Page 23 Enter the new information. Enter new information the same way you stored original information (see page XX). The old information is overwritten. When you are finished, push A message confirms that your changes have been saved. In addition, you can use the Directory menu to edit Phone Book numbers (see page XX). Erasing a phone number You can erase stored Phone Book entries.
  • Page 24 To unrestrict an entry Select the Phone Book entry that you want to unrestrict. The message <number is restricted> indicates a restricted entry. Push The Options menu appears. Turn to select Restrict, then push A message appears, prompting you to enter the lock code. (See page XX for information on lock codes.) Use the number buttons to enter the lock code.
  • Page 25: Calling From The Phone Book

    Calling from the Phone Book Arm mic You can dial frequently used numbers quickly from the Phone Book using the Jog Dial navigator. Also, by using speed/touch dialing, you only need to press a few buttons to dial. SEND OPER On the standby display, turn once.
  • Page 26 Speed dialing To dial quickly, you can enter the Phone Book memory location numbers. The phone calls the number stored in the corresponding location. Use the number buttons to enter the memory location number. To dial the number, open the arm microphone. If the arm microphone is already open, press SEND The phone dials the number that corresponds to the memory location you...
  • Page 27: Searching The Phone Book

    Searching the Phone Book To locate a desired Phone Book entry, you can search by name, phone number, or memory location. You can search the Phone Book either alphabetically or for a string of characters. Searching alphabetically When you enter only one character, the phone lists all entries that begin with the entered character.
  • Page 28 Push The entries containing the selected string are displayed starting from the lowest memory location number. Turn to view the next entry in the search string. Note If the search string does not contain punctuation or a space, the phone scans only the first characters of the words in the matching entries.
  • Page 29: Calling From The Calls List

    Calling from the Calls List Arm mic Information on the ten most recent outgoing calls, incoming calls, scratch pad entries, and missed calls are stored in the phone’s Calls List. If you call the same number twice in a row, only the most recent call SEND is stored in the Calls List.
  • Page 30: Sending Dtmf Signals From The Phone Book

    Sending DTMF signals from the Phone Book You can send DTMF (Dual Tone Multiple Frequency) signals to access electronic services (such as telephone banking) when dialing numbers from the Phone Book. OPER Dual Tone Multiple Frequency is also known as “touch-tone.” A tone is generated when you press a telephone button (number, *, or #).
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  • Page 32: About The Features Menu

    About the Features menu You can use the Features menu to activate the special features of your phone. For a list of submenus and settings, see “List of menu items” on page XX or “Menu map” on page XX. Several features on the Features menu are dependent on your service provider and the network your phone is operating on.
  • Page 33: Messages

    Messages This section contains information on the Short Messaging Service (SMS). This feature may allow you to receive voice or text messages. Contact your service provider to see if this service is SEND available in your area. Receiving messages To receive messages, the phone must be turned on. The phone supports three types of messages: MESSAGE indicates a text message;...
  • Page 34 If the memory becomes full The phone issues a warning when the memory is 75% full. At this point, you should erase expendable messages (see page XX). If the memory becomes completely full or your phone does not have enough memory to receive an incoming message, new messages are rejected.
  • Page 35 To erase a voice message After reading a voice mail notification message, push The Options menu appears. Turn to select Erase Msg, then push The voice mail notification message is erased. The Message menu reappears, indicating that there are currently no voice mail notification messages stored in memory.
  • Page 36 Turn to scroll through the list of old messages. To read the selected message, push The selected message is displayed. Turn to scroll through the message. If you do not scroll, the display automatically scrolls down to the end of the message, which is indicated with a hollow box ( ).
  • Page 37 To save the callback number After reading a message, push The Options menu appears. Turn to select Save Number, then push A message appears, prompting you for a name to accompany the number. Use the number buttons to enter the name. If you press the same button in quick succession, the letter you just entered changes.
  • Page 38: Sounds

    Sounds You can adjust the volume of the ringer, keybeep, and earpiece on the Sounds menu. In addition, you can select the type of sounds heard when the phone rings and when you press buttons. (See page XX for instructions on how to reach the Sounds menu.) Adjusting the ringer volume [F21] Push to select Ringer Vol from the Sounds menu.
  • Page 39 Adjusting the keybeep volume [F23] You can adjust the volume of the beep that sounds when you press a button. Turn to select Keybeep Vol from the Sounds menu, then push The Keybeep Vol menu appears. Turn up to raise the keybeep volume, and down to lower it. You can select from four keybeep volume settings: off, low, med.
  • Page 40 Setting the keybeep type [F26] You can set the beep that sounds when you press a button to either a tone or a click. Tones sound similar to DTMF tones, and clicks are indicated by single beeps. Turn to select Key Sound from the Sounds menu, then push The Key Sound menu appears.
  • Page 41: Timers

    Timers You can check call durations on the Timers menu. In addition, you can set the phone to alert you every minute of a call, and make the phone turn itself off automatically. Checking the duration of all calls [F31] You can view the total duration of all calls.
  • Page 42 Setting the minute alert [F34] You can set the phone to alert you ten seconds before every full minute. Turn to select Minute Alert from the Timers menu, then push The Minute Alert menu appears. Turn to select the desired alert time. You can select from four settings: off, before min, each min, and every 5 min.
  • Page 43: Directory

    Directory You can use the Directory menu to check your phone number, as well as store, erase, and edit phone numbers and names in the Phone Book. Also, you can use this menu to view the Calls List. Checking your phone number [F41] Push to select My Number from the Directory menu.
  • Page 44 Erasing a phone number [F43] You can erase stored Phone Book entries. If the selected entry is restricted, you must enter the four-digit lock code to erase it (see page XX). Turn to select Erase from the Directory menu, then push A message appears, prompting you for the Phone Book entry to be erased.
  • Page 45 When you are finished, push The Options menu reappears when you edit the phone number. New information is saved when you edit the name or memory location. Turn to select Save, then push A message appears, confirming that your changes have been saved. In addition, you can use the Options menu to edit Phone Book entries (see page XX).
  • Page 46 Searching the Phone Book by memory location [F46] You can find memory locations easily. Turn to select Phone Book from the Directory menu, then push A message appears, prompting you for a search string. Use the number buttons to enter the memory location number. The Phone Book entry that matches the search string is displayed.
  • Page 47: Extras

    Extras On the Extras menu, you can set the phone to enable touch dialing, redial automatically, and answer incoming calls automatically or at the press of any button. Also, you can use this menu to lock the keypad and to jot down phone numbers. Preventing accidental operation [F51] When the microphone is closed, you can lock the keypad by pushing and holding from the standby display.
  • Page 48 Setting the phone to redial automatically [F53] You can set the interval for redialing. If the attempt to dial is not successful, the phone tries to redial it up to five times every three seconds. Turn to select Auto-Retry from the Extras menu, then push The Auto-Retry menu appears.
  • Page 49: Security

    Security You can restrict unauthorized access to your phone and the information it holds. Also, on the Security menu, you can reset menu settings to default and store emergency numbers. Unlike other items on the Features menu, accessing the Security menu requires a lock code when you select it from the menu. A typical default lock code is either the last four digits of your phone number or 0000.
  • Page 50 Restricting a Phone Book entry [F63] You can restrict access to individual Phone Book entries. Turn to select Restrict # from the Security menu, then push A message appears, prompting you to specify Phone Book entry to restrict. Turn to select the Phone Book entry that you want to restrict. Push to restrict the selected entry.
  • Page 51 Reverting to default settings [F65] You can reset all menu settings to the defaults. This does not affect Phone Book or Calls List entries. Turn to select Master Reset from the Security menu, then push . The Master Reset display appears. Press to revert to the factory defaults, or push to keep the...
  • Page 52 Storing emergency numbers [F68] You can use the Security menu to store up to three emergency numbers other than 911 (which you cannot erase). You can call these numbers even when the phone is locked. Turn to select Emergency # from the Security menu, then push The first Emergency # display appears.
  • Page 53: Display

    Display You can use the features on the Display menu to change the appearance of the on- screen display. Setting the banner [F71] You can change what the banner reads. Push to select Banner from the Display menu. The Banner display appears. The current banner text is displayed. Push again to start editing.
  • Page 54 Setting autohyphenation [F73] You can turn the autohyphenation feature on and off. If you turn it on, entered numbers are hyphenated according to the US/Canada standard (eleven digits which include a long distance identifier, an area code, a three-digit community code, and a four-digit location code, for example, 1-800-555-1212).
  • Page 55 Setting the menu length [F76] You can set the menu length (long or short). The short menu displays only the most common items on the Features menu; the long menu displays all items. Turn to select Menu Length from the Display menu, then push The Menu Length menu appears.
  • Page 56: Network

    Network On the Network menu, you can set the phone to alert you when the roaming status changes, when a call is dropped, or when enhanced voice privacy is lost. Setting the roaming alert [F81] Your phone is roaming when you use it outside of the home area. Roaming access to a different carrier and the types of calls you can make varies with the agreement between your “home”...
  • Page 57 Setting the voice privacy alert [F83] Some networks and service providers offer a voice privacy feature. This feature encrypts transmissions to and from you phone for added privacy. A display appears to indicate if enhanced voice privacy is lost during a call. You can choose to have an audible alarm accompany this display.
  • Page 58 Selecting system priority [F85] If you leave the service area of a carrier from which the phone is currently receiving signals, the phone automatically starts searching for another carrier. You can control the order in which the phone searches for a carrier. Turn to select Set System from the Network menu, then push The Set System menu appears.
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  • Page 60: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Problem Cause/Remedy Page Nothing appears on the • The phone is off. Turn the phone on. display. • Battery is fully discharged. Recharge the battery. The out-of-service icon ( ) • The phone is outside the service area, or the appears.
  • Page 61: Accessories

    QN-025PHK Portable Hands-Free Car Kit QN-026HS Phone Holster QN-027LC Carrying Case QN-028SKT Starter Kit QN-029BPL Li-Ion Battery Pack QN-030HFK Hands-Free Car Kit Call 1-800-488-SONY (7669) to order additional accessories (USA only). All accessories may not be available at press time. 6_CM_Z200 6/8/98, 9:28 AM...
  • Page 62: Specifications

    Specifications Frequency range Transmit: 824 to 849 MHz Receive: 869 to 894 MHz Dimensions 3.6 × 2.4 × 1.0 inches (h/w/d) (not including antenna) (91 × 62 × 26 mm) Mass (weight) Approx. 5.3 oz (150 g) (including battery) RF power output CDMA mode: 0.01 µW to 200 mW AMPS mode: 6 mW to 600 mW Operational temperature...
  • Page 63: List Of Menu Items

    List of menu items This section lists the Features menu and its submenus. You can use the Features menu to activate the special features of your phone. Menu Item Settings Page F11 Voice* — F12 New Text* — F13 Old Text* —...
  • Page 64 Menu Item Settings Page F61 Lock Phone never / on power-up / right now F62 New Code 0000 F63 Restrict # No default numbers F64 Restrict All on / off F65 Master Reset — F66 Erase Book — F67 Erase Calls —...
  • Page 65: Glossary

    Glossary Automatic answer Feature that automatically answers calls. Electronic Serial Number. The unique identification number of your telephone. Automatic retry The telephone transmits this number to Feature that automatically redials a call the base station every time a call is placed. when a “System Busy”...
  • Page 66 Scratch pad Number Assignment Module. Portion of Allows you to enter a number and store it your telephone’s memory programmed to in the Calls List. contain information about your Service area subscription to the carrier. Your telephone Region covered by a PCS service. Also see can have up to two NAM’s.
  • Page 67: Index

    Index Display settings Accessing 44 AC adapter 11, 17 Autohyphenation Antenna 20 Backlight Arm microphone 12 Banner 78 Automatic Time 60 Answer 71 Displays Hyphenation Calling 23 Retry 70 Menu 21 Redial 70 Hyphens/pauses/links Menu setting 82 Security 73 Backlight Standby 21 Banner 78 Dropped call 84...
  • Page 68 Incoming call 25 Pause 30 In-use icon 23, 25 Phone Book 27, 35, 38, 62 Power Turning off 21 Keybeep 58 Turning on 20 Prefix 4.6 Laws Rules and regulations 4 Quitting. See Power Lock code 74 Receiving Making calls 23 Calls 25 Manual Messages 46...
  • Page 69 Sending. See Calling Service area Signal strength icon 20 Special characters 29 Standby display 21 System settings Accessing 83 Text Message. See Messages Touch dialing Enabling 70 Troubleshooting 88 Turning phone on 20 Voice mail notification Accessing 47 Receiving 48 Voice Privacy Volume Adjusting 55...
  • Page 70 © 1998 Sony Electronics Inc. All rights reserved. Reproduction without written consent expressly prohibited. Sony and Jog Dial are trademarks of Sony. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.

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