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Siemens Hicom 150 E, 150 H Operating Instructions Manual

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HiPath 3000
Hicom 150 E/150 H
Gigaset 4000 Comfort

Operating Instructions

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Please read the safety notes before
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  • Page 1: Operating Instructions

    HiPath 3000 Hicom 150 E/150 H Gigaset 4000 Comfort Operating Instructions Warning Please read the safety notes before putting the device into service.

  • Page 2: Safety Notes

    Safety notes Telephone Batteries Danger: • Do not use the telephone in environments where there is danger of explosion. • Do not use the telephone in damp environments. The units are not splashproof. • Your telephone emits transmit power, see page 52. Local safety regulations must be observed.

  • Page 3: Unit Parts

    Unit parts Status LED Receiver inset Display Display keys Control key Talk key On-hook and on/off key Speakerphone key Missed calls list Lock key Star key NET key Microphone Attachment clip Ringer loudspeaker Battery compartment lid...

  • Page 4: Quick Reference Guide

    Quick reference guide Activating or deactivating the mobile telephone Hold down the on/off key. Activating or deactivating the keypad lock Hold down the hash key. Starting a call Press the talk or speakerphone key and dial the phone number. Enter the phone number and press the talk or speakerphone key. Opening the telephone directory Press the control key.

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Contents Safety notes Telephone ... I Batteries... I Unit parts ... II Quick reference guide ... III Keys, function selection and display Function keys... 1 Control key ... 2 Display keys ... 2 Operating status display ... 3 Function selection ... 4 Function selection using menus...

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    Registering the mobile telephone at the telephone system...12 Overview...12 Preparing for registration ...12 Registering at the system for the first time...13 Activating/deactivating the keypad lock...13 Conducting calls Internal/external dialling ...14 Dialling via the telephone directory or NET carrier list ...16 Answering a call ...16 Speakerphone mode ...17 Number redial...

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    Settings Overview... 26 Default state ... 27 Setting the sound setting functions ... 28 Menus ... 28 Activating/deactivating the warning tone ... 30 Setting the auto answer function... 30 Resetting the defaults... 30 Selecting a base ... 31 Enhanced functions Room monitor and walkie-talkie mode...

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    Dial or call status ...39 Overview...39 Functions ...40 Switching function codes ...41 Entering text Character table ...48 Key utilisation ...49 Appendix Troubleshooting...50 Cleaning the mobile telephone ...51 Technical data...52 Hicom cordless EM...52 Mobile telephone ...52 Accessories ...52 List of abbreviations ...53 Index Saving a callback ...40 Setting up an enquiry during a call ...40...

  • Page 9: Keys, Function Selection And Display

    Keys, function selection and display Function keys The following function keys are available: Name On-hook and on/off key Talk key Speakerphone Missed calls list Star key Hash key NET key • End a call • Cancel functions • Jump back to the previous menu •...

  • Page 10: Control Key

    Control key The control key is assigned different functions depending on the op- erating situation: Control Display keys The left display key can be programmed with two functions, whereas the right display key can be programmed with only one function. Dis- play key programming depends on the operating status.

  • Page 11: Operating Status Display

    Icon Name Service menu Operating status display The following operating statuses are available: Operating status Display Off status Blank display – calls cannot be received. On or message sta- The user interface of the mobile telephone is displayed. The base name is visible. This op- erating status is a prerequisite for all func- tions.

  • Page 12: Function Selection

    On or message Example for on or message status display: status Call status Example for call status display: Function selection Function selection using menus The mobile telephone functions are listed in the menus. Overviews of these menus are displayed, e.g.: On or message status Main menu Family/Fun...

  • Page 13: Function Selection In Call Status

    To select a function or a supplementary menu, please follow the over- view for the relevant section and press the function and display keys shown: Press the menu key. Mark the function or the supplementary menu you want by pressing the control key.

  • Page 14: Useful Information About Mobile Telephones

    Useful information about mobile tele- phones These operating instructions describe your mobile telephone in con- nection with Hicom cordless EM at Hicom 150 E/150 H/HiPath 3000. Features Mobile Amoungst the features of your mobile telephone are: • Mobile telephone registration and operation at up to four DECT telephone telephone systems •...

  • Page 15: Environmental Conditions

    Environmental conditions For safety information, see page I. Permitted temperature range, see page 52. Radio range Displaying the radio range Connection The strength of the incoming signal is displayed by the "receive field strength" icon in on or message status: quality Range problems The radio range is different indoors and outdoors, see page 52.

  • Page 16: Putting The Mobile Telephone Into Service

    Putting the mobile telephone into service Removing the protective cover Remove the protective cover from the display before putting the mo- bile telephone into service. Inserting the batteries Opening the Press the ridged area and slide back the battery compartment lid. battery compartment Inserting...

  • Page 17: Charging And Using The Batteries

    Closing the bat- Replace the lid and slide it back over the battery compartment until it locks. tery compartment Charging and using the batteries To charge the batteries, insert the mobile telephone into the charging shell with the keypad facing forwards. The charging status is indicated by the charge status display.

  • Page 18: Operating And Charging Times

    Operating and charging times The operating times are only achieved after several charging and dis- charging cycles. Capacity (mAh) 1200 1600 Permitted batteries The following batteries are permitted for the mobile telephone: Nickel-Cadmium (NiCd) Sanyo N-3U (700 mAh) Mobile Power 700 (700 mAh) Panasonic P-60AA DT (600 mAh) Emmerich 700 (700 mAh)

  • Page 19: Activating/deactivating The Mobile Telephone

    Activating/deactivating the mobile telephone Press the on-hook key until the activation or deactivation is confirmed by a crescendo tone sequence. See page 3 for display when the handset is on or in message status. Setting the language Open the main menu. Select the menu item.

  • Page 20: Registering The Mobile Telephone At The Telephone System

    Registering the mobile telephone at the telephone system Overview On or message status Main menu Family/Fun Calendar/Clock Sound Settings H/Set Settings Base Settings **************** Preparing for registration • Ask your system administrator for the following information: – Phone number of the mobile telephone –...

  • Page 21: Registering At The System For The First Time

    Proceed as is described in the following section to register the mobile telephone. Registering at the system for the first time Query if the mobile telephone is not registered at the system. Register? Confirm the query. Enter the mobile telephone PIN. Please enter PIN: Confirm your entry.

  • Page 22: Conducting Calls

    Conducting calls Start a call with the talk or speakerphone key. You can end a call with the on-hook key or by placing the mobile tele- phone in the charging shell. You can also use the on-hook key to cancel all functions. Internal/external dialling Internal calls are calls within the telephone system.

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    You can use the menu key to activate the following functions when entering the phone number: Press the talk or speakerphone key. Conducting a call You can scroll through the list of functions that appears during the call and execute any of the functions shown, see page 5. The following is also displayed: For internal dialling: The phone number and/or name of the user is displayed.

  • Page 24: Dialling Via The Telephone Directory Or Net Carrier List

    Ending a call Press the on-hook key or place the mobile telephone in the charging shell. The call charges are displayed, depending on the system setting. Dialling via the telephone directory or NET carrier list For information on dialling with the telephone directory or NET carrier list, see page 22.

  • Page 25: Speakerphone Mode

    Speakerphone mode Advantages Speakerphone mode offers you the following advantages: • Other persons can listen to and participate in the call. • Your hands are free. • When dialling, you can hear the ring tone, for example, without having to lift the mobile telephone to your ear. Activating Speakerphone mode can be activated during a call or when dialling/ answering calls: Press the speakerphone key.

  • Page 26: Number Redial

    Number redial Use the "Redial" display key to open the number redial list. The last five phone numbers dialled are automatically saved in the redial list. If you tried to call a party from the telephone directory, then the name of this party is displayed in the case of number redial.

  • Page 27: Functions

    Dial this function to cancel automatic redial, or press any key. Functions Please proceed as shown in the overview to perform a redial function. The following functions are possible: Call up one of the numbers saved in the redial list. Display Number Transfer a phone number from the redial list to the telephone directo- Copy to Directory...

  • Page 28: Telephone Directory And Net Carrier List

    Telephone directory and NET carrier list Use the control key to open the mobile telephone’s telephone direc- tory. The mobile telephone can save entries with names and phone numbers in its telephone directory. The entries are arranged in the fol- lowing sequence: blanks, digits, letters, other characters.

  • Page 29: Telephone Directory Functions

    Telephone directory functions Please proceed as shown in the overview on page 20 to perform a tel- ephone directory or NET carrier list function. Save a new entry with the name (max. 16 characters), phone number New Entry (max. 32 digits) and anniversary in the telephone directory. Save a new prefix number in the NET carrier list.

  • Page 30: Dialling With The Telephone Directory Or Net Carrier List

    Dialling with the telephone directory or NET carrier list Press the control key or the NET key. The entries are displayed with the associated names. Scroll to the required entry or enter the first letter of the entry. Select and confirm the function. Follow the overview shown on Display Number page 20.

  • Page 31: Sending And Receiving Text Messages

    Sending and receiving text messages Overview The following overview shows the procedure for sending/opening text messages and setting advisory messages: On or message status Dial status (see page 3) Sending a text message/setting an advisory message Advisory msg. on ? > Send Message? >...

  • Page 32: Selecting Texts

    Selecting texts Text messages Text messages which are selected with the control key or by entering the number can be saved in your telephone system and then sent: Number These text messages are standard texts and may have been changed in your telephone system.

  • Page 33: Creating Text Messages

    Number Advisory message Contact: Avail at: In room: These advisory messages are standard texts and may have been changed in your telephone system. Creating text messages Please follow the overview on page 23 to create text messages. The procedure for text entry is described on page 48. Note: The mobile telephone uses the telephone system’s character table for this function.

  • Page 34: Settings

    Settings Overview The following overview shows the functions for setting the mobile tel- ephone. On or message status Main menu Family/Fun Calendar/Clock Sound Settings H/Set Settings Base Settings **************** Sound Settings Handset Volume Ringer Settings Advisory Tones **************** H/Set Settings Auto Answer Language Register H/Set...

  • Page 35: Default State

    Default state The following table shows the mobile telephone’s default settings: Setting Explanation/notes Sound Ringer volume Settings Ringer melody Beep Handset volume Loudspeaker Key tones, audible each time a key is pressed. Battery tone, audible approx. 5 minutes before the battery runs out.

  • Page 36: Setting The Sound Setting Functions

    Setting the sound setting functions Finding and Please proceed as shown in the overview on page 26 to find a sound setting function. Then set the required sound setting function as fol- setting lows: Use the control key to change the volume, the melody or the status of the sound setting function.

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    Activating and deactivating the ringer with the star key: Deactivating Hold down the star key for a few seconds. The ringer is deactivated. Activating Hold down the key for a few seconds. Menu The advisory tones have the following meaning: Advisory Tones Advisory tone Key tones...

  • Page 38: Activating/deactivating The Warning Tone

    Activating/deactivating the warning tone When you activate the warning tone, all other tones are deactivated. An incoming call is signalled by this brief tone. If the mobile telephone is in a call pickup group, a pickup call is also signalled by the warning tone. Activating Hold down the key for a few seconds.

  • Page 39: Selecting A Base

    The default settings are described on page 27. The mobile telephone features are handled as follows when resetting the defaults: Feature Telephone directory Redial list System registration Selecting a base If your mobile telephone is registered at multiple bases, then you can Select Base set a specific base or the base with the best reception as the base to be used.

  • Page 40: Enhanced Functions

    Enhanced functions Room monitor and walkie-talkie mode Overview On or message sta- Main menu Family/Fun Family/Fun Calendar/Clock Room Monitor. Sound Settings Walkie-Talkie H/Set Settings **************** Base settings **************** Using as a room monitor This function allows you to monitor a room from a remote location. The distance between the mobile telephone and the anticipated noise source should be 1 to 2 metres at least.

  • Page 41: Deactivating With Another Telephone

    The mobile telephone operating time is significantly reduced when the room monitor function is activated. Deactivating with another telephone Answer the call set up by the room monitor function. Press the two keys shown simultaneously. Operating in walkie-talkie mode This function allows you to operate mobile telephones outside the ra- dio network.

  • Page 42: Making And Answering Calls

    Making and Answering Calls Calling mobile telephone Press the display key. Call Called mobile telephone The call is signalled by a message on the display. Press the display and talk key. The two mobile telephones are con- Silent nected to each other. Note: Although all mobile telephones are called in walkie-talkie mode, a call can only be conducted between two mobile tele-...

  • Page 43: Performing The Time Functions

    Performing the time functions Overview On or message status Main menu Family/Fun Calendar/Clock Sound Settings H/Set Settings Base Settings **************** Calendar/Clock Set Appoints. Alarm Clock Missed Dates Date/Time **************** Note: Please observe the following if you want to use the appoint- ment and alarm clock function: •...

  • Page 44: Functions

    Functions You can arrange for your mobile telephone to remind you of an ap- Set Appoints. pointment. Only one appointment can be set. Please proceed as shown in the overview on page 35 to enter the appointment. For example: enter the time 19:05. 1905 This icon indicates that an appointment is set.

  • Page 45: Switching Functions

    Switching functions On or message status Overview The following overview shows a selection of the switching functions which can be accessed in on or message status. The menu only shows the switching functions which are activated at your telephone system. Note: A complete list of the switching functions available at your tel- ephone system can be found on page 41.

  • Page 46: Functions

    Functions Please proceed as shown in the overview on page 37 to use one of these functions. Using the system telephone directory Entries that you saved in the system telephone directory can be called Directory? > up from any mobile telephone connected to the system. You can scroll to the required entry or enter the first letter of the rele- vant entry.

  • Page 47: Dial Or Call Status

    Dial or call status Overview The following overview shows the switching functions which can be accessed in dial or call status. Dial or call status Switching functions Callback? > Callback Consultation? > Callback set **************** Start consultation Please dial Transfer call Please dial 1st calling party Toggle? >...

  • Page 48: Functions

    Functions Please proceed as shown in the overview on page 39 to use one of these functions. Saving a callback You can use this function to save a callback request if the internal par- Callback? > ty called is conducting a call or does not answer. Setting up an enquiry during a call You can use this function to consult another internal or external party Consultation? >...

  • Page 49: Switching Function Codes

    Switching function codes For Version 2.2 The following table shows the telephone system’s switching func- tions which you can execute via your mobile telephone by entering the standard codes displayed. As of Version 3.0 The following table shows the telephone system’s switching func- tions which you can execute via your mobile telephone either in inter- active mode, in the service menu or by entering the standard codes displayed.

  • Page 50

    Switching functions Do not disturb • Activate • Deactivate Avoid being disturbed by calls. Call forwarding • Activate • Deactivate • All calls • External calls only • Internal calls only Forward calls to another tele- phone (see page 37). Call distribution (ACD) •...

  • Page 51

    Switching functions Override Override a busy connection and speak. Reset services for the local base Reset activated functions. Voice calling Communication with tele- phone partner via partner’s loudspeaker in the telephone. Phone test Flex call Call trace Identify an external caller via the network carrier.

  • Page 52

    Switching functions Call charge display Speed dialling • Dial • Change Dial centrally saved speed dial- ling destinations. Line • Transfer • Enable Toggle Switch between two connec- tions (see page 39). Silent monitoring (USA on- Mobile telephone registra- tion (not available in USA) DTMF dialling (tone dial- ling) Send DTMF signals.

  • Page 53

    Switching functions Project code Assign toll connections to cer- tain projects. Consultation • Quit and return • Transfer/pick up • Return to held party (see page 39) Callback • Request • Delete Save a callback (see page 39). Suppress phone number •...

  • Page 54

    Switching functions Hunt group/group call • Activate • Deactivate Calls to the hunt group/group call are no longer signalled at a removed user’s telephone. Hunt group: the telephones ring one after the other. Group call: the telephones ring simultaneously. Actuate switch •...

  • Page 55

    Switching functions Appointment (telephone system) • Enter • Delete Enter a single appointment within the next 24 hours. Door opener via DTMF • Enable • Lock Activate door opener with code. Door opener via adapter Activate the door opener via the telephone.

  • Page 56: Entering Text

    Entering text Character table This character table is the internal character table of the mobile tele- phone. It shows the assignment of all keys: a: Blank is inserted b: Switch from lower case to upper case letters £ ¥ ¤ ä...

  • Page 57: Key Utilisation

    Key utilisation To enter a character, press the appropriate key the relevant number of times or until the character appears. The first letter of a word is automatically written in upper case letters. This is followed by lower case letters. A character is always inserted to the left of the cursor.

  • Page 58: Appendix

    Appendix Troubleshooting Some malfunctions can be resolved without outside intervention. The following table provides a list of such malfunctions. Error No display. No reaction to key- stroke. De-crescendo tone sequence during in- put. The following ap- pears: Base Search No ringer at the mo- bile telephone.

  • Page 59: Cleaning The Mobile Telephone

    Error Possible cause The following, for ex- Mobile telephone is ample, appears: blocked. Base 1 Outgoing and incom- ing calls and activa- tion/deactivation are not possible. Cleaning the mobile telephone To clean the handset and the charging shell, simply wipe them with a damp or antistatic cloth;...

  • Page 60: Technical Data

    50 m see page 10 +5 °C to +45 °C 20% to 75% relative humidity approx. 185 g approx. 155 x 53.6 x 36.2 mm Note: More information is available on request. Please contact your nearest Siemens Sales office.

  • Page 61: List Of Abbreviations

    List of abbreviations The following is a list of abbreviations used in this manual. Abbreviation Definition Percent ADPCM Analogue Digital Pulse Code Modulation °C Degrees Celsius Common Technical Regulation DECT Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications ETSI European Telecommunications Standard Institute European Union Gram Generic Access Profile GFSK...

  • Page 62: Index

    Index Abbreviations 53 Accessories 52 Activate 11 Advisory message 42 Advisory tones 29 Alarm Clock 36 Anniversary 36 Answer group 45 Appointment 47 Assign phone number 45 Associated dialling 42 Associated service 42 Auto Answer 30 Available Memory 21 Base selection 31 Batteries capacity 10 charging 9...

  • Page 63

    Electronic equipment interference 7 Enabling a line 44 Enquiry 39, 40 Entering text 48 Features Hicom cordless EM 6 mobile telephone 6 Fitting the attachment clip 10 Flex call 43 Forwarding a call 40 Function keys 1 use 1 Function selection in call status 5 via menus 4 Group call 46...

  • Page 64

    Project code 45 Protective cover 8 Radio network leaving 7 re-registering 7 Radio range 7 Range 52 Range problems 7 Recall to network 46 Registering 13, 44 Reset services 43 Resetting 30 Retrieve external call 47 Ringer 28 Room monitor 32 Safety notes I Saving a phone number 41 Service menu 3, 41...

  • Page 65

    73/23/EC "Electric Operating Resources for Use within Specific Volt- age Parameters" and therefore displays the CE symbol. © Siemens AG 2001 • All rights reserved. • Subject to availability. Right of modification reserved. Issued by Information and Communication Networks • Hofmannstraße 51 • D-81359 München Siemens Aktiengesellschaft Reference no.: A31003-M1531-B755-1-7619 •...

  • Page 66

    In the event of a malfunction: Printed on recycled paper - doing more for the environment! © Siemens AG 2001 • Subject to availability • Right of modification reserved. Information and Communication Networks • Hofmannstraße 51 • D-81359 München, Germany Siemens Aktiengesellschaft Reference No.: A31003-M1531-B755-1-7619 •...

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