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Operating instructions

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operating instructions with the safety notes!
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  • Page 1: Operating Instructions

    BK_FRONT.FM 18.7.99 The cordless digital DECT telephone system expandable to 6 handsets Operating instructions Before starting up the equipment, pease read these operating instructions with the safety notes! ACHTUNG! Schnittkante ggf. auf Titelseite U1 nach außen versetzen wg. Falz-Ausklappseite Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619...
  • Page 2 18.7.99 Dear Customer, By purchasing your Gigaset 2011 Tango, you now own a cordless telephone which combines the ad- vantages of "cordless telephone use" with the convenience of a high-quality telephone. It is suitable for private use both at home and in the office.
  • Page 3 KAP00.FM5 18.7.99 Overview: Gigaset 2011 Tango Charging unit Paging key (calling handsets) Left LED for display "Line busy" Right LED for display "Charge batteries" Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619 Earpiece Display Display keys Menu key On-hook key Dialling pad Star key Signal key Microphone ON/OFF/PROTECTED key...
  • Page 4 KAP00.FM5 18.7.99 Overview: Key functions and display symbols Key function Display Ringer Volume Ringer Tone --------------------- WEITER Functions of display keys on handset Move to next menu item Return to previous menu item Go back and delete during entry (e.g. when entering names/call num- bers/macros, etc.) Selecting a menu item;...
  • Page 5: 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 6 KAP01.FM5 18.7.99 Certification and CE marking Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619 The Siemens Gigaset 2011 Tango meets the requirements contained in EU guideline: 89/336/EEC "Electromagnetic Compatibility" The handset of the Siemens Gigaset carries the "CE" symbol 2000C Tango...
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    GIG2011T.IVZ Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619 18.7.99 Contents Singposts Overviews Safety precautions Stepwise startup ... 1 Step 1: Observe the safety precautions ... 1 Step 2: Check the contents of the package ... 1 Step 3: Connecting the base station ... 1 Step 4: Inserting the batteries into the handset ...
  • Page 8 GIG2011T.IVZ Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619 18.7.99 Contents Handset settings ... 28 Setting the handset volume ... 28 Ringer settings ...29 Activating/deactivating the call duration display ... 29 Selecting a language ...30 Activating/deactivating automatic backlight ... 30 Automatic call acceptance ... 30 Activating/deactivating notification and warning tones ...
  • Page 9 GIG2011T.IVZ Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619 18.7.99 Contents Notes on operation ... 61 Installing the base station ... 61 Notes on operating the handset ... 61 Technical data ...64 Connecting the telephone socket ... 65 Maintenance notes ... 65 Third party use/disposal ... 65 Procedure in the case of malfunctions ...66 Overview: signal tones ...67 Quick reference guide handset Gigaset 2000C Tango ...
  • Page 10: Stepwise Startup

    Kap02.fm5 18.7.99 Stepwise startup Step 1: Observe the safety precautions Step 2: Check the contents of the package Step 3: Connecting the base station Plug-in power supply and 110/120Vsocket power cord power cord RJ-11 plug phone cord RJ-11 plug Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619 It is essential that you read the safety precau- tions at the begining of this manual before star- tup!
  • Page 11: Step 4: Inserting The Batteries Into The Handset

    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 C39280-Z4-C59 adaptor for 220/230V voltage or C39280-Z4-C69 adaptor for 110/120V. The handset is powered by two batteries.
  • Page 12: Step 5: Charging The Batteries

    Kap02.fm5 18.7.99 Step 5: Charging the batteries Step 6: Check signaling method Checking your own telephone’s signalling method Setting the phone to dial pulsing (DP) . t Service @33 x REDIAL Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619 To charge the batteries, place the handset in the handset rest on the base station.
  • Page 13: Menu-Driven Operation

    KAP03A.FM5 18.7.99 Menu-driven operation Menu-driven operation Handset Lock Short Cut Baby Alarm WEITER Menu structure Settings Service __________ WEITER Moving to higher menu levels and leaving a menu Calling up an additional menu Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619 By pressing the key, you can call up the local menu of the Gigaset 2000C Tango Comfort handset.
  • Page 14 KAP03A.FM5 18.7.99 Presentation in the user manual . t Settings t Handset Settings t Beeps t New Entry Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619 Menu-driven operation The selection of a function in one of the menus or sub- menus is depicted using symbols. For example, the fol- lowing entries must be made to obtain the confirm beep: Press menu key, Move down to...
  • Page 15: Operating Modes

    KAP04.FM5 18.7.99 Operating modes Operating modes ON/OFF/PROTECTED modes Switching the handset to protected mode Switching on the handset Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619 You can switch your handset to protected mode, off, and on (again). In protected mode, the keypad is locked to prevent unin- tended use.
  • Page 16: Signaling Method

    KAP04.FM5 18.7.99 Switching off the handset Signaling method Checking the signaling method of your telephone line Setting the signaling method . t Service @ 3 3 x REDIAL @37 x REDIAL Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619 When the handset is switched off: Press the handset key briefly.
  • Page 17: Incoming Calls

    KAP05.FM5 18.7.99 Incoming calls Incoming calls Accepting calls RNG OFF Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619 An incoming call is indicated by the ringer (bell symbol). You will know that it is an external call when you the fol- lowing message appears on your handset display External call RNG OFF You can switch off the ring tone.
  • Page 18: External Call-Waiting During Internal Calls

    KAP05.FM5 18.7.99 External call-waiting during internal calls Ending a call Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619 If you are on an internal call with a second handset and a external call arrives, this is indicated by the call-waiting function. Your internal call is terminated when you accept the external call.
  • Page 19: External Outgoing Calls

    KAP06.FM5 18.7.99 External outgoing calls External outgoing calls Calling external subscribers Dialing with call number checking (en-bloc dialing) t Dial Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1100-B301-2-7619 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.: Extern 123456...
  • Page 20: No Answer Or Line Busy

    KAP06.FM5 18.7.99 Manually inserting a pause t Pause No answer or line busy Redial Repeating the last number dialed t Dial number Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1100-B301-2-7619 External outgoing calls If you repeatedly get the busy symbol following automatic dialing from the telephone directory, e.g. after the country code, you can enter a pause (three seconds), e.g.
  • Page 21: Dialing Using The Directory

    KAP06.FM5 18.7.99 External outgoing calls Dialing using the directory 2 … 9 t Dial number Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1100-B301-2-7619 You can store up to 100 call numbers with corresponding names in your handset directory ( search for names and dial the numbers directly from the directory.
  • Page 22: Device Control Using Dual-Tone Multifrequency Signaling (Dtmf)

    KAP06.FM5 18.7.99 Device control using dual-tone multifrequency signaling (DTMF) . t Switch to Tone Dialing a DSS number from a locked handset Ending a call Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1100-B301-2-7619 External outgoing calls If your telepone is connected to a line with dial pulsing (DP), you can switch to dual-tone multifrequency signaling (DTMF) once the connection has been set up.
  • Page 23: 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 COLL.CALL Making internal calls Checking your own internal number Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619 It can be useful to make a collective call from the base sta- tion, for example, to locate mislaid handsets.
  • Page 24: Allowing Internal Parties To Listen In On A Call

    KAP07.FM5 18.7.99 Allowing internal parties to listen in on a call Ending an internal call Switching off the microphone (mute function) Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619 Collective ringing and internal calls It is possible to enable an internal party to listen in on a call with an external party from his/her handset.
  • Page 25: 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 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619 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 26: 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 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619 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 ( Set up an internal connection.
  • Page 27: Creating And Managing The Directory

    KAP08A.FM5 18.7.99 Creating and managing the directory Creating and managing the directory t e.g. New Entry Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619 You can store up to 100 entries in the electronic directory. The entries comprise: call numbers (maximum 32 digits), and names (maximum 16 characters).
  • Page 28: Entering/Copying/Editing/Deleting Call Numbers/Names

    KAP08A.FM5 18.7.99 Entering/copying/editing/deleting call numbers/names New Entry t New Entry t Insert function t Save Entry t Cancel t Show Function t Check Duplicate Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619 Creating and managing the directory To add a new entry to the directory, select "New Entry". t means: browse using x When you select the "New Entry"...
  • Page 29 KAP08A.FM5 18.7.99 Creating and managing the directory Copying numbers t Copy Number Editing an entry t Edit Entry Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619 You can copy the last number dialed into the directory. Call up redial by pressing the display key. Select the desired number from the five available redial numbers.
  • Page 30: Delete Directory

    KAP08A.FM5 18.7.99 Delete entry t Delete Entry Delete directory t Delete Directory Available memory t Available Memory Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619 Creating and managing the directory You can delete individual entries from the directory. Call up the directory and select the entry to be deleted. Call up the "Delete Entry"...
  • Page 31: Input Function

    KAP08B.FM5 18.7.99 Input function Input function The input field Adding, deleting, and moving characters Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619 The input function is activated when names or call num- bers are entered or edited, e.g. new entries in the direc- tory. The lines in the input field are divided for entries or edits as follows: Line 1 for "name"...
  • Page 32 KAP08B.FM5 18.7.99 Example of a new directory entry Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619 Select "New entry" in the directory menu to obtain the fol- lowing output on the display: No character has been s s s s s s s s s <Name>...
  • Page 33: Entering Letters, Special Characters, And Digits

    KAP08B.FM5 18.7.99 Input function Example of field boundaries Entering letters, special characters, and digits Name entry field a, b, c, d...x, y, z Character set Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619 If 16 characters have already been entered in the "name" field and 32 characters have already been entered in the "content"...
  • Page 34 KAP08B.FM5 18.7.99 Content input field Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619 Default setting = lower case ä ö ü ß Shift to upper case by pressing "*" Ä Ö Ü An additional menu is provided for entering special characters in the "content" field. This is indicated in the descriptions of corresponding functions.
  • Page 35: Base Station Settings

    KAP09.FM5 18.7.99 Base station settings Base station settings Service function . t Service Switching the base station ringer off and setting the ringer volume . t Service # : % Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619 You can program your Gigaset 2011 Tango to suit your own individual requirements.
  • Page 36: Setting The Base Station Ringer Tone

    KAP09.FM5 18.7.99 Setting the base station ringer tone . t Service # : 6 Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619 Base station settings 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 37: Handset Settings

    KAP10.FM5 18.7.99 Handset settings Handset settings Setting the handset volume t Handset volume . t Settings > Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619 You can program your handset to suit your own individual requirements. All settings are made directly on the hand- set.
  • Page 38: Ringer Settings

    KAP10.FM5 18.7.99 Ringer settings . t Settings t Ringer Options Option Ringer Volume Ringer Tone > Activating/deactivating the call duration display . t Service REDIAL Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619 You can set the ringer on your handset to suit your individ- ual requirements.
  • Page 39: Selecting A Language

    KAP10.FM5 18.7.99 Handset settings Selecting a language . t Settings t Handset Settings t Language Activating/deactivating automatic backlight . t Settings t Handset Settings t Auto Backlight Automatic call acceptance t Handset Settings t Auto Talk . t Settings Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619 You can chose one of the following seven languages for the messages on your display: German, English, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese,...
  • Page 40: Activating/Deactivating Notification And Warning Tones

    KAP10.FM5 18.7.99 Activating/deactivating notification and warning tones . t Settings t Handset Settings t Beeps Tone Key beeps Batt. Low Beep Range Warning Confirm Beep Error Beep In Range Beep Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619 It is possible to switch the following notification tones on and off: Key confirmation Battery warning...
  • Page 41: Baby Alarm

    KAP10.FM5 18.7.99 Handset settings Baby alarm Activating/deactivating the baby alarm . t Baby Alarm t Store t Cancel Setting the volume level for the baby alarm t Handset Settings t BabyAlarm Level . t Settings > Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619 A registered handset can also be used as a baby alarm.
  • Page 42: The Gigaset 2011 Tango Lock Functions

    KAP13.FM5 18.7.99 The Gigaset 2011 Tango lock functions Activating/deactivating the Gigaset 2011 Tango lock for outgoing calls . t Service # 2 4 Emergency calls when the Gigaset 2011 Tango is locked Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619 The Gigaset 2011 Tango lock functions It is possible to lock the Gigaset 2011 Tango for outgoing calls.
  • Page 43 KAP13.FM5 18.7.99 The Gigaset 2011 Tango lock functions Displaying and storing emergency numbers . t Service # 2% Deleting all emergency numbers . t Service # 2 7 Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619 t means: browse x Call up the "Service" menu item. Start the setting procedure.
  • Page 44: Barred Numbers For Handsets

    KAP13.FM5 18.7.99 Barred numbers for handsets Displaying or storing barred numbers . t Service # 8% Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619 The Gigaset 2011 Tango lock functions By storing barred numbers for each registered handset, you can prevent certain external call numbers or types of number from being dialed if the call number lock is acti- vated ( page 37).
  • Page 45 KAP13.FM5 18.7.99 The Gigaset 2011 Tango lock functions Deleting all barred numbers . t Service # 8 7 Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619 Display the next barred number. REDIAL Enter a barred number for the displayed memory slot (1 to 3). If a barred number is already stored, the new number overwrites the old one.
  • Page 46: Activating/Deactivating The Call Number Lock

    KAP13.FM5 18.7.99 Activating/deactivating the call number lock . t Service # 8 4 Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619 The Gigaset 2011 Tango lock functions You can activate and deactivate the call number lock sep- arately for each registered handset. Other handsets are not affected by the lock.
  • Page 47: Setting Trunk Access For The Handsets

    KAP13.FM5 18.7.99 The Gigaset 2011 Tango lock functions Setting trunk access for the handsets . t Service REDIAL Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619 You can define for each registered handset whether exter- nal calls can be made from it or not. A distinction is made between: Unrestricted trunk access (factory default) –...
  • Page 48: Lock Functions On The Handset

    KAP14.FM5 18.7.99 Lock functions on the handset Activating/deactivating the handset lock t Lock on/off . t Handset Lock DSS number for handset lock Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B306-2-7619 Lock functions on the handset It is possible to lock both the entire Gigaset 2011 Tango telephone and individual handsets against unauthorized use.
  • Page 49 KAP14.FM5 18.7.99 Lock functions on the handset Display or store a DSS number . t Handset Lock t DSS Number Deleting a DSS number . t Handset Lock t DSS number t Save Entry Dialing a DSS number Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B306-2-7619 t means: browse using x When you select the handset lock you will be requested to enter your PIN.
  • Page 50: Handset Display With Active Lock

    KAP14.FM5 18.7.99 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 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B306-2-7619 Lock functions on the handset The handset lock is switched on and there is no DSS number stored.
  • Page 51: Short Cuts

    KAP14A.FM5 18.7.99 Short cuts Short cuts Descriptions with example . t Short cut t Diversion Short cut menu Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619 A short cut is a short command which can involve one or more commands. A series of commands involving, for ex- ample, the storing of a call number as directory entry can be stored as a short cut.
  • Page 52: New Entry

    KAP14A.FM5 18.7.99 New entry . t Short cut Function list t Insert Function Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619 To create a short cut, call up the short cut function in the main menu. If no short cut has previously been created, the "Shortcut List"...
  • Page 53 KAP14A.FM5 18.7.99 Short cuts t Insert Function Displaying a function t Show Function Saving a short cut t Save Entry Cancel procedure t Cancel Checking for double entries t Check Duplicate Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619 s s s s s s s Diversion s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s...
  • Page 54: Editing An Entry

    KAP14A.FM5 18.7.99 Editing an entry . t Short cut t Edit Entry Deleting an entry . t Short cut t Delete Entry Displaying an entry . t Short cut t Display Entry Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619 You can edit any entry in the short cuts list at any time. t means: browse using x Select the entry to be edited and call up the "Edit Entry"...
  • Page 55: Deleting All Entries

    KAP14A.FM5 18.7.99 Short cuts Deleting all entries . t Short cut Available Memory . t Short cut Starting a short cut . t Short cut t Start Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619 You can delete all entries in the short cuts list. t means: browse using x t Delete Memory You will be requested to enter the PIN (factory default...
  • Page 56: Default Short Cuts

    KAP14A.FM5 18.7.99 Default short cuts Name Sequence Base lock Base Ringer Vol. Base Tone Ringer Call barring off S#84CB0S Call barring on S#84CB1S Total units S#83C*BS Unit check Restoring default short cuts Short cut t Default short cuts Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619 A list of "Default short cuts"...
  • Page 57: Operating More Than One Handset

    KAP15.FM5 18.7.99 Operating more than one handset Operating more than one handset Registering/de-registering more than one handsets at the base station Registering a Gigaset 2000C Tango handset at a base station . t Settings t Register 2 … 6 Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619 You can operate up to six handsets from the Gigaset 2000 Tango family at a Gigaset 2011 Tango base station.
  • Page 58: De-Registering A Handset From A Base Station

    KAP15.FM5 18.7.99 De-registering a handset from a base station . t Service # 7 2 Ring priority for incoming calls Switching between collective ringing and ring priority . t Service : 2 3 REDIAL. Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619 Operating more than one handset t means: browse using x Call up the "Service"...
  • Page 59 KAP15.FM5 18.7.99 Operating more than one handset Excluding or reintegrating a handset from/into collective ringing . t Service : 2 1 REDIAL Selecting a handset for ring priority . t Service : 2 2 REDIAL Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619 t means: browse using x Call up the "Service"...
  • Page 60 KAP15.FM5 18.7.99 Setting the number of rings for ring priority . t Service REDIAL Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619 Operating more than one handset t means: browse using x Call up the "Service" menu item. Start the setting procedure. Enter the four-digit base code (factory default: "0000") page 7).
  • Page 61: Operating In A Telephone System

    KAP16.FM5 18.7.99 Operating in a telephone system Operating in a telephone system Activating/deactivating the automatic attenuation function . t Service 4 @ @x REDIAL 4 @ 1x REDIAL Possible signaling method settings Setting dial pulsing (DP) or dual-tone multifrequency signaling .
  • Page 62: Analog Trunks

    KAP16.FM5 18.7.99 Setting the flash time in dual-tone multifrequency signaling (DTMF) . t Service 9 3 0x REDIAL 9 3 6x REDIAL 9 3 3x REDIAL 9 3 4x REDIAL Analog trunks Deleting the analog trunk/MSI . t Service 2 % 3 x REDIAL Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619 Operating in a telephone system...
  • Page 63 KAP16.FM5 18.7.99 Operating in a telephone system Entering the analog trunk and the MSI . t Service REDIAL Modify the pause length according to the analog trunk/MSI . t Service @ 2 4 x REDIAL @ 2 % x REDIAL @ 2 @ x REDIAL @ 2 1 x...
  • Page 64: 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 Selecting the best station Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619 Operation at more than one base station You can register and operate your handset at up to 6 Gi- gaset Tango base stations.
  • Page 65: Setting The Preferred Station

    KAP17.FM5 18.7.99 Operation at more than one base station Setting the preferred station Selecting the fixed station . t Select Base t Fixed Selection Searching for the preferred station . t Select Base t Priority Select. Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619 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 66: Base Station Names

    KAP17.FM5 18.7.99 Base station names . t Settings t Base Settings t Change Base Name t Save Name De-registering a base station . t Settings t Base Settings t De-register Base Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619 Operation at more than one base station You can change the preset base station names ("Base 1", "Base 2"...
  • Page 67: Code Numbers And Factory Defaults

    When entering a new system code or PIN you must not forget the number entered. Other- wise intervention in the device is necessary. If this happens, please contact Siemens. t means: browse using x Call up menu item. Start setting procedure.
  • Page 68: Resetting The Base Station To Factory Defaults

    KAP17A.FM5 18.7.99 Changing the handset PIN . t Settings Resetting the base station to factory defaults . t Service 2 % 0 x REDIAL Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619 Code numbers and factory defaults Changing the PIN prevents unauthorized persons from, for example, deleting entries from your telephone book.
  • Page 69: Resetting The Gigaset 2000C Tango Handset To Factory Defaults

    KAP17A.FM5 18.7.99 Code numbers and factory defaults Resetting the Gigaset 2000C Tango handset to factory defaults . t Settings t Handset Settings t Initialization Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619 You can use this procedure to reset the following settings to factory defaults: DSS number, redial, Baby Alarm, Auto Talk, Auto Backlight...
  • Page 70: Notes On Operation

    KAP18.FM5 18.7.99 Notes on operation Installing the base station Installation site/installation area Temperature/ambient conditions Notes on operating the handset For users who wear hearing aids Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619 Notes on operation A power socket must be located at the installation site.
  • Page 71 KAP18.FM5 18.7.99 Notes on operation Using rechargeable batteries Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619 The following should be noted when using rechargeable batteries: Only use the rechargeable battery types supplied (AA nickel-cadmium batteries). When replacing recharge- able batteries, the following can be used: Saft RC6, Panasonic P-60 AA/1P , Philips R6 NC-P , UCAR RC6, Eveready RC6, DAIMON ACCU 1000, Sanyo N-3U, Varta Rechargeable Accu Plus Ni-Cd 1.2V,...
  • Page 72 KAP18.FM5 18.7.99 Mounting the carrying clip onto the handset Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619 Notes on operation New batteries do not usually reach their full capacity until they have been in normal use for several days. Al- though the battery LED indicates that the handset’s batteries have been charged (LED off), you must as- sume during this initial phase that the capacity may not reach it’s maximum.
  • Page 73: Technical Data

    KAP18.FM5 18.7.99 Notes on operation 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...
  • Page 74: Connecting The Telephone Socket

    Maintenance notes Third party use/disposal Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619 Notes on operation 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- side of the base station as follows: Simply wipe the handset and base station with a damp cloth or an antistatic wipe.
  • Page 75: Procedure In The Case Of Malfunctions

    KAP18.FM5 18.7.99 Notes on operation 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 76: Overview: Signal Tones

    KAP18.FM5 18.7.99 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. low beep/radio range is being exited: 4 x short tones Call waiting tone: Short tone sychronized with the external call...
  • Page 77: Quick Reference Guide Handset Gigaset 2000C Tango

    KAP19.FM5 18.7.99 Quick reference guide handset Gigaset 2000C Tango Quick reference guide handset Gigaset 2000C 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: Setting handset volume:...
  • Page 78 KAP19.FM5 Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619 18.7.99 Notes:...
  • Page 79: Index

    GIG2011T.SIX 23.04.1998 Index Index Activating, macro ... 46 Additional menu, calling up ... 4 Alphanumeric keypad ... 24 Analog trunk ... 54 Automatic backlight, activating/deactivating . 30 Automatic call acceptance, activating/ deactivating ... 30 Baby alarm activating/deactivating ... 32 Baby alarm, setting volume level ... 32 Barred numbers deleting ...
  • Page 80 GIG2011T.SIX 23.04.1998 Emergency numbers deleting ... 34 details ... 33 displaying ... 34 saving ... 34 En-block dialing ... 10 External and internal calls ... 8 Factory defaults ...59 Fault clearance ... 66 Flash ... 53 Function, macro ... 43 GAP ...
  • Page 81 GIG2011T.SIX 23.04.1998 Index New entry, directory ... 19 Notes for users who wear hearing aids ... 61 rechargeable batteries ... 62 Operation at more than one base station ... 55 Outgoing calls, external ... 10 Outward-restricted trunk access ...38 Paging ... 14 Pause length according analog trunk/MSI ...
  • Page 82 KAP20.FM5 18.7.99 Issued by Private Communications Systems Group Hofmannstraße 51, D-81359 Munich Siemens Aktiengesellschaft Gigaset 2011 Tango: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619 © Siemens AG 1998. All rights reserved. Subject to availability. Right of modification reserved. Order No.: A30852-X1106-B307-2-7619 Printed in Germany 4/98...

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