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Operating instructions

Before starting up the equipment, please read these
operating instructions with the safety notes!
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  • Page 1: Operating Instructions

    bk_front.fm5 18.7.99 The cordless digital DECT telephone system expandable to 6 handsets Operating instructions Before starting up the equipment, please read these operating instructions with the safety notes! ACHTUNG! Schnittkante ggf. auf Titelseite U1 nach außen versetzen wg. Falz-Ausklappseite Gigaset 2010, LAM/engl.: A30852-X1100-B313-1-7619...
  • Page 2 18.7.99 Gigaset® 2010 Tango Signposts Making the first call Using additional handsets The quickest way Gigaset 2010, LAM/engl.: A30852-X1100-B313-1-7619 Switching the telephone on ( Making a call ( page 24). Registering new handsets at the base station ( page 48).
  • Page 3 18.7.99 Overview: Gigaset 2010 Tango Earphone Display Store key Speed dial (delete) key On-hook key Intercom key Star key Recall key Microphone ON/OFF/PROTECTED key Last Number Redial Off-hook key Gigaset 2010, LAM/engl.: A30852-X1100-B313-1-7619 Pound key Paging key (calling mobile units)
  • Page 4 kap00.fm5 18.7.99 Overview: Keys Keys on the base station Keys on the Gigaset 2000S Tango mobile unit Gigaset 2010, LAM/engl.: A30852-X1100-B313-1-7619 Green paging key to call all handsets or to register new handsets. Memory key to initialize procedures. Speed dial and delete key. Redial key (also used for procedures).
  • Page 5 kap00.fm5 18.7.99 Overview: Key functions and display symbols uP zAH n -8 888888 c c E F G H Display Symbols (top line) Display symbols (bottom line) Gigaset 2010, LAM/engl.: A30852-X1100-B313-1-7619 All digits and characters are displayed on the top line, while the symbols for various operating modes are dis- played on the bottom line.
  • Page 6 kap00.fm5 18.7.99 Overview: Meaning of symbols Gigaset 2010, LAM/engl.: A30852-X1100-B313-1-7619 Press keys in this sequence. Press key from the base station. Delete function of the speed dial key. Press one of the following keys. Enter number. If it is necessary you will see a display symbol: Attention, this is an important hint! Additional information.
  • Page 7: Safety Precautions

    Check that the socket into which you insert the plug-in power unit has the correct voltage. If your plug-in power unit does not have the right voltage, please contact Siemens. Do not confuse the plugs of the base station. Abnor- mally high voltages could be imposed across the charging contacts for brief intervals, such as during thunder storms.
  • Page 8 Gigaset 2010, LAM/engl.: A30852-X1100-B313-1-7619 18.7.99 Certification and CE marking Siemens Gigaset‚ 2010 Tango meets the requirements contained in the EU guideline: 89/336/EEC “Electromagnetic compatibility”. The handset Siemens Gigaset 2000S Tango carries the "CE" symbol.
  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    giga2010.IVZ Gigaset 2010, LAM/engl.: A30852-X1100-B313-1-7619 18.7.99 Contents Signposts Overviews Safety precautions Stepwise start-up ... 1 Step 1: Observe the safety precautions ... 1 Step 2: Check the contents of the package ... 1 Step 3: Connecting the base station ...2 Step 4: Inserting the batteries into the handset ...3 Step 5: Charging the batteries ...
  • Page 10 Activating/deactivating the call duration display ...39 The Gigaset 2010 Tango lock functions ... 40 Activating/deactivating the Gigaset 2010 Tango lock for outgoing calls ... 40 Emergency calls when the Gigaset 2010 Tango is locked ... 40 Barred numbers for handsets ...42 Activating/deactivating the call number lock ...
  • Page 11: Gigaset 2010, Lam/Engl.: A30852-X1100-B313

    It is essential that you read the safety pre- cautions at the beginning of this manual before start-up! The factory package contains: a Gigaset 2010 Tango base station, a Gigaset 2000S Tango handset, a phone cord, a power cord with RJ-11 plug and plug-in power...
  • Page 12: Step 3: Connecting The Base Station

    Insert the power cord plug-power supply into a 220/230V socket (C39280-Z4-C59) or a 110/120V socket (C39280-Z4- C69). For safety reasons, the phone must only be op- erated with the supplied Siemens adapter C39280-Z4-C59 for 220/230V or C39280-Z4-C69 for 110/120V. cord channel for...
  • Page 13: Step 4: Inserting The Batteries Into The Handset

    kap02.fm5 18.7.99 Step 4: Inserting the batteries into the handset Batt. compartment cover Batt. comp. and batteries Step 5: Charging the batteries Gigaset 2010, LAM/engl.: A30852-X1100-B313-1-7619 Stepwise start-up The handset is powered by two batteries. Hold the handset with the keypad side facing down. Slot the batteries into the battery compartment.
  • Page 14: Step 6: Check Signalling Method

    Telephone lines can use the following signalling methods: dial pulsing (DP) dual-tone multifrequency signalling (DTMF) The factory default for your Gigaset 2010 Tango is DTMF . Press the off-hook key (corresponds to picking up the handset on an ordinary phone). You will hear the dial tone.
  • Page 15: Notes On Operation

    Radio transmission between the base station and handsets complies with the DECT standard. Gigaset 2010 Tango thus observes all relevant regulations. However, if there is interference to the picture or sound of your satellite equipment, consult your spe- cialist satellite dealer.
  • Page 16: Notes On Operating The Handset

    kap03.fm5 18.7.99 Notes on operation Notes on operating the handset For users who wear hearing aids Using rechargeable batteries Gigaset 2010, LAM/engl.: A30852-X1100-B313-1-7619 If you wear a hearing aid, please note that radio signals can interfere with hearing aids, and if sufficiently loud, can cause a very unpleasant humming sound.
  • Page 17 kap03.fm5 18.7.99 Gigaset 2010, LAM/engl.: A30852-X1100-B313-1-7619 Notes on operation When installing and using the rechargeable batteries, please follow the rules below: Initially charge the batteries thoroughly. We recom- mend charging the batteries for approximately 16 hours without interruption (overnight for example). During the first week of operation, continually replace the handsets in the charging unit for recharging.
  • Page 18: Maintenance Notes

    Never use a dry cloth as this causes static dis- charge. Only use a Siemens telephone connecting cable. Cables by other manufacturers may have a different pin assign- ment. The telephone cable socket is connected on the under-...
  • Page 19: Technical Data

    kap03.fm5 18.7.99 Technical data Standard: Number of channels: Radio frequency range: Duplex method: Channel grid: Modulation: Voice coding: Transmitted power: Base station power supply: Base station power consumption: Handset operating times (with fully charged battery): NiMH, 1100 mAh NiMH, 1300 mAh Charging time in base station: Permitted ambient conditions for operation:...
  • Page 20: Third Party Use/Disposal

    Notes on operation Third party use/disposal Gigaset 2010, LAM/engl.: A30852-X1100-B313-1-7619 Gigaset 2010 Tango telephone should only be passed onto third parties if the instructions for use are included. When the system or batteries have reached the end of their service life, they should be disposed of in an environ- mentally friendly manner in accordance with relevant leg- islation.
  • Page 21: Procedure In The Case Of Malfunctions

    kap03.fm5 18.7.99 Procedure in the case of malfunctions Symptom No display appears Cannot seize the dial-up line; no dial tone Cannot set up a radio link to the base station – symbol on the handset flashes. Base station or handset does not ring.
  • Page 22: Overview: Signal Tones

    kap03.fm5 18.7.99 Notes on operation Overview: Signal tones Recall: 0.8 s tone Internal dial tone: 3 x 0.2 s tone repetition following 0.8 s pause Internal busy tone 0.5 s tone Batt. low beep/ batteries almost empty: 0.5 s tone Batt.
  • Page 23: Operating Modes

    kap04.fm5 18.7.99 Operating modes ON/OFF/PROTECTED modes Switching the handset to protected mode Gigaset 2010, LAM/engl.: A30852-X1100-B313-1-7619 You can switch your handset to protected mode, off, and on (again). When the handset is in protected mode, it is protected against unintended use. The handset switches on auto- matically to receive incoming calls.
  • Page 24 kap04.fm5 18.7.99 Operating modes Switching on the handset Switching off the handset Gigaset 2010, LAM/engl.: A30852-X1100-B313-1-7619 When the handset is in protected mode: Press the handset key briefly. You will hear the positive confirmation beep. The following message appears on the display when the handset is switched on: When the handset is switched off: Press the handset key briefly.
  • Page 25: Signalling Method

    Dial pulsing (DP) Dual-tone multifrequency signalling (DTMF) The factory default setting for your Gigaset 2010 Tango is DTMF . Press the off-hook key. You will hear the dial tone. Press any digit, e.g. 2. If you still hear the same dial tone, you must switch the signalling method to dial pulsing (DP).
  • Page 26: Operating In A Telephone System

    Possible signalling method settings 0 3 3 0 3 7 Gigaset 2010, LAM/engl.: A30852-X1100-B313-1-7619 To be able to operate your Gigaset 2010 Tango in a tele- phone system, you must first switch off the automatic attenuation function 2. check the signalling method, 3.
  • Page 27: Exchange Codes

    kap04.fm5 18.7.99 Setting the flash time in dual-tone multifrequency signalling (DTMF) Exchange codes Gigaset 2010, LAM/engl.: A30852-X1100-B313-1-7619 Start the setting procedure. Enter the four-digit base code (factory default: “0000“) page 19). Set a flash time of 80 ms. Set a flash time of 100 ms (factory default). Set a flash time of 300 ms.
  • Page 28 kap04.fm5 18.7.99 Operating modes Entering the exchange code Modify the pause length according to the exchange code 0 2 4 0 2 5 0 2 0 0 2 1 Deleting the exchange code 2 5 3 Gigaset 2010, LAM/engl.: A30852-X1100-B313-1-7619 The exchange code has one to three characters and can comprise the digits keys.
  • Page 29: Changing The System Code, Changing The Pin

    # 8 * Changing the handset PIN Gigaset 2010, LAM/engl.: A30852-X1100-B313-1-7619 To protect your personal settings, Gigaset 2010 Tango has two code numbers, a four-digit system code and a four- digit handset PIN (personal identification number). The factory defaults are as follows: System code : "0000"...
  • Page 30: Resetting The Base Station To Factory Defaults

    kap04.fm5 18.7.99 Operating modes Resetting the base station to factory defaults 2 5 0 Gigaset 2010, LAM/engl.: A30852-X1100-B313-1-7619 You can use this procedure to reset the following settings to factory defaults: Signalling method (DTMF/flash 100 ms) Pause length following exchange code (3 seconds) page 18 Call allocation (collective call) The following stored data can be deleted:...
  • Page 31: Resetting The Gigaset 2000S Tango Handset To Factory Defaults

    kap04.fm5 18.7.99 Resetting the Gigaset 2000S Tango handset to factory defaults Gigaset 2010, LAM/engl.: A30852-X1100-B313-1-7619 You can use this procedure to reset the following settings to factory defaults: Ringer volume ( page 34) Ringer tone ( page 34) Handset volume ( page 35) Base station number ( Battery warning signal (...
  • Page 32: Incoming Calls

    kap05.fm5 18.7.99 Incoming calls Incoming calls Accepting calls Gigaset 2010, LAM/engl.: A30852-X1100-B313-1-7619 An incoming call is indicated by the ringer. You will know that it is an external call when you the following message appears on your handset display: - - - You will know that you are receiving an internal call if you see the following message on your handset display (the example shows an incoming call from a second handset):...
  • Page 33: External Call-Waiting During Internal Calls

    kap05.fm5 18.7.99 External call-waiting during internal calls Ending an internal call Switching off the microphone (mute function) Gigaset 2010, LAM/engl.: A30852-X1100-B313-1-7619 If you are on an internal call with a second handset and a external call arrives, this is indicated by the call-waiting function.
  • Page 34: External Outgoing Calls

    kap06.fm5 18.7.99 External outgoing calls External outgoing calls Calling external subscribers Dialling with call number checking (en-bloc dialling) Gigaset 2010, LAM/engl.: A30852-X1100-B313-1-7619 Press the off-hook key. You will hear the dial tone. Enter the desired call number on the dialling keypad. The number you have entered is shown on the display, e.g.: 123456 You will hear the ring tone.
  • Page 35: No Answer Or Line Busy

    The last number dialled will be redialled. You will hear the ring tone. Your Gigaset 2010 Tango memorises the last five num- bers dialled. You can dial these five numbers without having to re-enter them or you can correct them with key.
  • Page 36: Dialling Speed Dial Numbers

    kap06.fm5 18.7.99 External outgoing calls Dialling speed dial numbers Dialling with speed dial numbers and number check Gigaset 2010, LAM/engl.: A30852-X1100-B313-1-7619 You can dial a call number by pressing the digit key used to store the number ( Press off-hook key. You will hear the dial tone. Press speed dial key and enter speed dial number (0 to 9) of the desired number.
  • Page 37: Device Control Using Dual-Tone Multifrequency Signalling (Dtmf)

    kap06.fm5 18.7.99 Device control using dual-tone multifrequency signalling (DTMF) Dialling a DSS number from a locked handset Ending a call Gigaset 2010, LAM/engl.: A30852-X1100-B313-1-7619 External outgoing calls If your telephone is connected to a line with dial pulsing (DP), you can switch to dual-tone multifrequency signal- ling (DTMF) once the connection has been set up.
  • Page 38: Collective Ringing And Internal Calls

    kap07.fm5 18.7.99 Collective ringing and internal calls Collective ringing and internal calls Making collective calls to all handsets from the base station Making collective calls from one handset to all other handsets Making internal calls Gigaset 2010, LAM/engl.: A30852-X1100-B313-1-7619 It can be useful to make a collective call from the base station, for example, to locate mislaid handsets.
  • Page 39: Allowing Internal Parties To Listen In On A Call

    kap07.fm5 18.7.99 Checking your own internal number Allowing internal parties to listen in on a call Ending an internal call Gigaset 2010, LAM/engl.: A30852-X1100-B313-1-7619 Collective ringing and internal calls Press the internal key. The internal call number of the handset from which you are calling is shown on the display.
  • Page 40: Internal Consultation Calls And Transferring Calls

    kap08.fm5 18.7.99 Internal consultation calls and transferring calls Internal consultation calls and transferring calls Consultation calls When more than one handsets are in operation When a telephone system is in operation Gigaset 2010, LAM/engl.: A30852-X1100-B313-1-7619 During a external call it is possible to: hold a consultation call with an internal party, transfer the external call to the internal party.
  • Page 41: Transferring Calls

    kap08.fm5 18.7.99 Transferring calls When more than one handsets are in operation When a telephone system is in operation Gigaset 2010, LAM/engl.: A30852-X1100-B313-1-7619 Internal consultation calls and transferring calls It is possible to transfer an external call to an internal party when more than one handset is in operation ( Press the internal key.
  • Page 42: Base Station Settings

    Switching the base station ringer off and setting the ringer volume # * 5 Gigaset 2010, LAM/engl.: A30852-X1100-B313-1-7619 You can program your Gigaset 2010 Tango to suit your own individual requirements. The settings are made from a registered handset. It is possible to define whether the ringers should be sig- nalled on the base station or only on the handset.
  • Page 43: Setting The Base Station Ringer Tone

    kap09.fm5 18.7.99 Setting the base station ringer tone # * 6 Switching music-on-hold on/off Gigaset 2010, LAM/engl.: A30852-X1100-B313-1-7619 It is possible to define the tone used to signal calls at the base station. You can choose from a range of six tones. The factory default is level 1.
  • Page 44: Handset Settings

    kap10.fm5 18.7.99 Handset settings Handset settings Setting the ringer volume Setting the ringer tone Gigaset 2010, LAM/engl.: A30852-X1100-B313-1-7619 You can program your handset to suit your own individual requirements. All settings are made directly on the hand- set. You can set the ringer volume in the handset on 6 levels. These range from level 1 = low to level 6 = high (factory default).
  • Page 45: Setting The Handset Volume

    kap10.fm5 18.7.99 Setting the handset volume Activating/deactivating automatic call acceptance Gigaset 2010, LAM/engl.: A30852-X1100-B313-1-7619 The handset has three volume settings: Level 1 ... Level 3 = handset volume normal ... loud The factory default is level 1 (normal). This setting can also be adjusted during a call. Start setting procedure.
  • Page 46: Activating/Deactivating Notification And Warning Tones

    kap10.fm5 18.7.99 Handset settings Activating/deactivating notification and warning tones Procedure Key confirmation: confirms each key stroke Battery warning: warns when the battery charge is too Range warning: warns if the handset is too far away from the base station Positive confirmation: confirms correctly completed set- tings Error beep: signals an incorrect entry Synchronization tone: sounds when a handset which...
  • Page 47: Speed Dial Numbers

    kap10.fm5 18.7.99 Speed dial numbers Checking or store speed dial numbers Gigaset 2010, LAM/engl.: A30852-X1100-B313-1-7619 You can store speed dialling numbers for frequently re- quired external numbers. These speed dialling codes can then be used for calling outside numbers ( You can store 10 call numbers as speed dial numbers.
  • Page 48 kap10.fm5 18.7.99 Handset settings Notebook function alternatively Clearing all speed dial numbers Gigaset 2010, LAM/engl.: A30852-X1100-B313-1-7619 You can store a directory number as a speed dial number during a call. Initiate procedure. Select speed dial number: enter digits from 0 to 9. The speed dial number and the current memory assignment will appear in the handset display: Enter external directory number.
  • Page 49: Activating/Deactivating The Call Duration Display

    kap10.fm5 18.7.99 Activating/deactivating the call duration display Gigaset 2010, LAM/engl.: A30852-X1100-B313-1-7619 In the case of external calls ( display is started approximately 12 seconds after the last digit is dialled. The display remains visible for about four seconds after the call is finished. The call duration display can be switched on and off.
  • Page 50: The Gigaset 2010 Tango Lock Functions

    # 2 4 Emergency calls when the Gigaset 2010 Tango is locked Gigaset 2010, LAM/engl.: A30852-X1100-B313-1-7619 It is possible to lock the Gigaset 2010 Tango for outgoing calls. If emergency numbers are stored, they can be dialled even if the lock is active.
  • Page 51 # 2 5 Deleting all emergency numbers # 2 7 Gigaset 2010, LAM/engl.: A30852-X1100-B313-1-7619 The Gigaset 2010 Tango lock functions Start the setting procedure. Enter the four-digit system code (factory default “0000“) page 19). The first emergency number stored in the...
  • Page 52: Barred Numbers For Handsets

    18.7.99 The Gigaset 2010 Tango lock functions Barred numbers for handsets Displaying or storing barred numbers # 8 5 Gigaset 2010, LAM/engl.: A30852-X1100-B313-1-7619 By storing barred numbers for each registered handset, you can prevent certain external call numbers or types of...
  • Page 53: Activating/Deactivating The Call Number Lock

    # 8 7 Activating/deactivating the call number lock # 8 4 Gigaset 2010, LAM/engl.: A30852-X1100-B313-1-7619 The Gigaset 2010 Tango lock functions Start the setting procedure. Enter the four-digit system code (factory default “0000“) page 19). The registered handsets, i.e. their internal...
  • Page 54: Setting Trunk Access For The Handsets

    18.7.99 The Gigaset 2010 Tango lock functions Setting trunk access for the handsets Gigaset 2010, LAM/engl.: A30852-X1100-B313-1-7619 You can define for each registered handset whether ex- ternal calls can be made from it or not. A distinction is made between: Unrestricted trunk access (factory default) –...
  • Page 55: Lock Functions On The Handset

    Activating/deactivating the handset lock Gigaset 2010, LAM/engl.: A30852-X1100-B313-1-7619 Lock functions on the handset It is possible to lock both the entire Gigaset 2010 Tango telephone and individual handsets against unauthorized use. Depending on the type of lock you select, DSS or emer- gency numbers can still be called from the handset.
  • Page 56: Dss Number For Handset Lock

    “outward-restricted trunk access” is set page 44), or if the Gigaset 2010 Tango lock is activated page 44). if the Gigaset 2010 Tango lock is activated, it is only possible to dial emergency numbers. Exception: DSS number = emergency number.
  • Page 57: Handset Display With Active Lock

    kap14.fm5 18.7.99 Deleting a DSS number Handset display with active lock Display with locked handset Display with system lock Display with call number lock Display with outward-restricted trunk access or internal access Gigaset 2010, LAM/engl.: A30852-X1100-B313-1-7619 Lock functions on the handset Start setting procedure.
  • Page 58: Operating More Than One Handset

    Gigaset 2010, LAM/engl.: A30852-X1100-B313-1-7619 You can operate up to six handsets from the Gigaset 2000 Tango family at a Gigaset 2010 Tango base station. You can only register handsets from the Gigaset Tango family. It is not possible to register other Gigaset handsets.
  • Page 59: De-Registering A Handset From A Base Station

    kap15.fm5 18.7.99 De-registering a handset from a base station # 7 2 Ring priority for incoming calls Switching between collective ringing and ring priority * 2 3 Gigaset 2010, LAM/engl.: A30852-X1100-B313-1-7619 Operating more than one handset Enter four-digit base code ( “0000“) and then press ternal numbers are shown on the display: 2 3 4 5 6...
  • Page 60 kap15.fm5 18.7.99 Operating more than one handset Excluding or including a handset from/into collective ringing * 2 1 Selecting a handset for ring priority * 2 2 Setting the number of rings for ring priority Gigaset 2010, LAM/engl.: A30852-X1100-B313-1-7619 Start the setting procedure. Enter the four-digit base code (factory default:”0000“) page 19).
  • Page 61: Operation At More Than One Base Station

    kap17.fm5 18.7.99 Operation at more than one base station Procedure for operating at more than one base station Gigaset 2010, LAM/engl.: A30852-X1100-B313-1-7619 Operation at more than one base station You can register and operate your handset at up to 4 Gigaset Tango base stations. A Gigaset Tango handset can only be registered at Gigaset Tango base stations.
  • Page 62: Activating/Deactivating Base Station Number Display On Handset

    kap17.fm5 18.7.99 Operation at more than one base station Activating/deactivating base station number display on handset Selecting the best station B ü Gigaset 2010, LAM/engl.: A30852-X1100-B313-1-7619 You can program your handset to display the base station with which the unit has radio contact. Start the setting procedure.
  • Page 63: Setting The Preferred Station

    kap17.fm5 18.7.99 Setting the preferred station Selecting the fixed station B ü Searching for the preferred station B ü Gigaset 2010, LAM/engl.: A30852-X1100-B313-1-7619 Operation at more than one base station We recommend that you define a preferred base station if the handset is located in an overlap area between two or more base station radio areas.
  • Page 64: Quick Reference Guide Handset Gigaset 2000S Tango

    kap20a.fm5 18.7.99 Quick reference guide handset Gigaset 2000S Tango Quick reference guide handset Gigaset 2000S Tango Switch handset to ON/OFF/PROTECTED: Accepting a call: External call: Internal call: Transferring an external call to an internal party: Accepting an external call internally: Internal consultation: Redial function: Storing a speed dial number:...
  • Page 65: Index

    giga2010.SIX 18.07.1999 Index Barred numbers deleting ... 43 details ... 42 displaying ... 42 storing ... 42 Base station collective call ... 28 connecting ... 2 de-registering a handset ... 49 installation site ... 5 installation surface ... 5 more than one, details ... 51 resetting to factory defaults ...
  • Page 66 giga2010.SIX 18.07.1999 Index PIN ... 19 quick reference guide ... 54 resetting to factory defaults ... 21 ring priority ... 49 saving a DSS number ... 46 searching for ... 28 switching off ... 14 Switching off microphone ... 23 switching on ...
  • Page 67 giga2010.SIX 18.07.1999 Signalling method at a telephone system ... 16 checking ... 4 details ... 15 setting ...4 Speed dial numbers ... 37 clearing ... 38 dialling ... 26 Stand-by time ... 9 Start-up in 6 steps ... 1 Station selecting, best ...
  • Page 68 Private Communication Systems Group Hofmannstrasse 51, D-81359 München Siemens Aktiengesellschaft http://www.siemens.de Gigaset 2010, LAM/engl.: A30852-X1100-B313-1-7619 © Siemens AG 1998. All rights reserved. Subject to availability. Right of modification reserved. Ref. no. A30852-X1100-B313-1-7619 Printed in the Federal Republic of Germany 05/98...