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USA DECT-B05 – 3111-
B) – 1
14.06.06
DECT6.0 digital cordless phone
USA DECT-B05
User manual
USA DECT-B05-UG_3111-285-31161-(GB).indd
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14/6/06
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  • Page 1 7471 – hilips DE USA DECT-B05 – 3111- B) – 1 14.06.06 DECT6.0 digital cordless phone USA DECT-B05 User manual USA DECT-B05-UG_3111-285-31161-(GB).indd 14/6/06 17:02:0...
  • Page 2 7471 – hilips DE CT 522 – 3111-285-31161- B) – 1 14.06.06 FCC Interference Information This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference;...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Overview of the handset Master reset Display icons 39 Registration Overview of the base station Register an additional handset Main features of your DECT 522 Switch bases Menu navigation 11 Connect Unregister a handset 41 Other features Connect the base station...
  • Page 4: Important Information

    Ensure the electrical outlet is located close to the apparatus and is always easily accessible. The voltage on the network is classified as TNV-3 (Telecommunication Network Voltages), as defined in the standard EN 60-950. Need help? Troubleshooting on page 42 Online help: www.p4c.philips.com 522-UG_3111-285-31161-(GB).indd 14/6/06 17:02:0...
  • Page 5: What's In The Box

    7471 – hilips DE CT 522 – 3111-285-31161- B) – 1 14.06.06 What’s in the box Power adaptor for base DECT 522 handset DECT 522 base station station Line cord Battery door 2 x AAA rechargeable batteries ��������������������������� �������� �������...
  • Page 6: Overview Of The Handset

    7471 – hilips DE CT 522 – 3111-285-31161- B) – 1 14.06.06 Your DECT 522 Overview of the handset Earpiece Handset LED Lights up when the handset is in use Flashes when you have an incoming call, missed calls and/or new...
  • Page 7 7471 – hilips DE CT 522 – 3111-285-31161- B) – 1 14.06.06 Your DECT 522 Handset keys Press Go to the Redial list from standby Scroll up through lists and menus Increase the earpiece or loudspeaker volume Enter a pause when dialling or storing a number (press and hold)
  • Page 8: Display Icons

    7471 – hilips DE CT 522 – 3111-285-31161- B) – 1 14.06.06 Your DECT 522 Display icons Status icons Reminder icons (with number) eg. voicemail messages and 5 missed calls) Status icon Description The handset is registered and within range of the base station.
  • Page 9: Overview Of The Base Station

    Overview of the base station Paging key Main features of your DECT 522 Here is a quick view of the menu options available in your DECT 522. For a full explanation of each menu option, see the detailed sections in this User Manual. Menu...
  • Page 10: Menu Navigation

    7471 – hilips DE CT 522 – 3111-285-31161- B) – 1 14.06.06 Your DECT 522 Menu navigation The basic steps of navigating through the menus and on-screen options: From the standby screen, press Menu The main menu is opened to scroll through the options and press Select to open the menu displayed.
  • Page 11: Connect The Base Station

    TIP The position in which you placed the base station can have an effect on the range and performance of your DECT 522. Avoid placing the base station too close to large metal objects such as filing cabinets, radiators or electrical appliances.This can impair the range and sound quality.
  • Page 12: Install

    The handset batteries are fully Battery life and range Talk time and standby time When the battery is fully charged, the talk time of your DECT 522 is approximately 12 hours and the standby time is approximately 150 hours. Low battery warning The battery level is shown in the top right-hand corner of the handset screen.
  • Page 13: Setting Up Your Dect 522

    . Move back towards the base until the icon stops flashing. Setting up your DECT 522 Depending on your country, the Welcome screen may not appear. In this case, you will not be asked to select your country/operator/language settings.
  • Page 14: Call

    7471 – hilips DE CT 522 – 3111-285-31161- B) – 1 14.06.06 Call Make a call Calling Press . Display shows Enter the number Pre-dial Enter the phone number (maximum 32 digits). If you make a mistake, press Clea to delete the last digit. Press to dial the number.
  • Page 15: Call In Progress

    7471 – hilips DE CT 522 – 3111-285-31161- B) – 1 14.06.06 Call Answer a call When the phone rings, press . If Auto Talk mode (see page 34) is on, you can simply lift up the handset from its base station to answer the call.The default setting is off. An incoming call has priority over other events.Whenever there is an incoming call, other status in progress such as phone setting, menu navigation, etc.
  • Page 16: Intercom

    Dial the number of the other handset, for example Press to end the call. If the handset does not belong to the DECT 522/527 range, this function may not be available. Transfer an external call to another handset During an external call, press .
  • Page 17: Three-Party Conference Call

    7471 – hilips DE CT 522 – 3111-285-31161- B) – 1 14.06.06 Call Switch between an internal and external call During an external call, press . Your caller is put on hold. Enter the number of the other handset and press OK. When the other handset answers you can speak privately to your internal calle Press to transfer back and forth between calls.
  • Page 18: Caller Identiļ¬cation

    7471 – hilips DE CT 522 – 3111-285-31161- B) – 1 14.06.06 Call Caller identification If you have subscribed to a Caller Line Identification (CLI), the name of the caller will be displayed together with the date & time of the call (if provided by the network). If the number matches an entry in the phonebook, the name will be displayed instead.
  • Page 19: Names

    7471 – hilips DE CT 522 – 3111-285-31161- B) – 1 14.06.06 Names Names ..Add entry ..Copy Phonebook ..Memory Status ..Delete Phonebook .
  • Page 20 7471 – hilips DE CT 522 – 3111-285-31161- B) – 1 14.06.06 Names Text and number entry once to enter once For example, to enter the name ‘Paul’: Press , press twice to enter three times to enter to enter , press , then press If you make a mistake, press Clear to delete the last character.
  • Page 21: Copying Phonebook Entries

    7471 – hilips DE CT 522 – 3111-285-31161- B) – 1 14.06.06 Names Delete phonebook entry Press in standby mode. to the entry and press Options. Scroll and press Select.The display shows Delete Entry Delete [Entry] ? Scroll Press Yes to confirm or No to cancel.The display shows [Entry] Deleted Press to return to standby.
  • Page 22 7471 – hilips DE CT 522 – 3111-285-31161- B) – 1 14.06.06 Names Copy phonebook to another handset Press Names in standby mode. and press Select. Copy Phonebook Scroll Press Select to choose To handset then scroll to the destination handset number.
  • Page 23: Network Services

    7471 – hilips DE CT 522 – 3111-285-31161- B) – 1 14.06.06 Network Services Network Services Show ..Edit Entry ..Delete Entry ..Delete All .
  • Page 24 7471 – hilips DE CT 522 – 3111-285-31161- B) – 1 14.06.06 Network Services Delete a network service number Press Menu, scroll and press Select. Network Services to the entry and press Options. Scroll and press Select.The display shows Delete Delete [Entry] ? Scroll Press Yes to confirm or No to cancel.The display shows...
  • Page 25 7471 – hilips DE CT 522 – 3111-285-31161- B) – 1 14.06.06 Call Log Call Log Missed Calls ..Received Calls ..Dialled Calls ..Delete Calls .
  • Page 26 7471 – hilips DE CT 522 – 3111-285-31161- B) – 1 14.06.06 Call Log To view further details about the call, press Options then Select to choos Show Details Or, to dial the number displayed, press Press to return to standby. Save a number from the call log to the phonebook Press Menu and scroll and press Select.
  • Page 27: Call Log

    7471 – hilips DE CT 522 – 3111-285-31161- B) – 1 14.06.06 Call Log Delete all entries in a call log You can delete all entries in any one of the individual call logs or all entries in the entire call log. Press Menu and scroll and press Select.
  • Page 28: Clock & Alarm

    7471 – hilips DE CT 522 – 3111-285-31161- B) – 1 14.06.06 Clock & Alarm Clock & Alarm Date & ..Alarm ..Time Format ..Date and time If you have subscribed to a Caller Line Identification service (CLI), the date and time is automatically set when the first incoming call is received.
  • Page 29: Alarm

    7471 – hilips DE CT 522 – 3111-285-31161- B) – 1 14.06.06 Clock & Alarm Alarm You can set a daily, weekday or once only alarm. If you have more than one handset, you can set a different alarm on each. Set/cancel an alarm Press Menu, scroll and press Select.
  • Page 30 7471 – hilips DE CT 522 – 3111-285-31161- B) – 1 14.06.06 Personal Settings Handset ..Ringtone Base Dialling Mode ..Ringer Volume Ring ..Receiver Volume Recall .
  • Page 31 7471 – hilips DE CT 522 – 3111-285-31161- B) – 1 14.06.06 Personal Settings Set the ringer volume There are 5 volume levels, or you can switch the ringer off. Press Menu, then scroll and press Select. Settings Press Select to choose Handset Settings and press Select.
  • Page 32 Change the handset name You can name the handset and display the handset name in standby mode.The default name of your handset is PHILIPS. The handset name can be a maximum of 10 characters, e.g. Mike, Kitchen. Press Menu, then scroll and press Select.
  • Page 33 7471 – hilips DE CT 522 – 3111-285-31161- B) – 1 14.06.06 Personal Settings Change the menu colour Press Menu, then scroll and press Select. Settings Press Select to choose Handset Settings and press Select. Menu Colour Scroll Blue Orange Pink Scroll to choose the colour...
  • Page 34 7471 – hilips DE CT 522 – 3111-285-31161- B) – 1 14.06.06 Personal Settings Set the display contrast You can adjust the contrast to suit different lighting conditions. Press Menu, then scroll and press Select. Settings Press Select to choose Handset Settings and press Select.
  • Page 35: Personal Settings

    If your DECT 522 is connected to a PABX/switchboard you may have to dial a number – e.g. 9 – in order get an outside line.You can set this number so that your DECT 522 dials it automatically before each number in the phonebook and network services list.
  • Page 36: Base Settings

    Base settings Set the dialling mode The default DECT 522 dialling mode setting is suitable for your country and network operator. It is unlikely that you should need to change this setting. When connected to certain switchboards or public exchanges, you may need to switch from tone to pulse dialling.
  • Page 37: System Pin

    7471 – hilips DE CT 522 – 3111-285-31161- B) – 1 14.06.06 Personal Settings Set the recall mode key is used with certain network services and PBX/switchboard services. You will not normally need to change this setting unless advised to do so. Press Menu, then scroll and press Select.
  • Page 38: Master Reset

    Re-enter the new PIN and press Save. Master reset This restores all the original settings to your DECT 522. Handset registrations will not be affected. Warning When performing a master reset, all phonebook entries are deleted To achieve a master reset Press Menu, then scroll and press Select.
  • Page 39 Up to 5 handsets can be registered to one base station.Additional handsets must be registered to the base unit before you can use them.Your DECT 522 handset can also be registered to a total of 4 bases.You can then select the base you want to use. For example, one at work and another at home.
  • Page 40: Registration

    7471 – hilips DE CT 522 – 3111-285-31161- B) – 1 14.06.06 Registration Switch bases If your handset is registered to more than one base, you can switch between them. Switch bases At the handset, press Menu the scroll and press Select. Registration and press Select.
  • Page 41: Other Features

    7471 – hilips DE CT 522 – 3111-285-31161- B) – 1 14.06.06 Other features Lock the keypad You can lock the keypad to prevent accidental dialling while carrying the handset around. Press and hold . A beep confirms the keypad is locked and the screen shows icon.
  • Page 42: Troubleshooting

    7471 – hilips DE CT 522 – 3111-285-31161- B) – 1 14.06.06 Troubleshooting Problem Solution icon is not • Bad battery contact – move the handset slightly blinking when the handset • Dirty contact - Clean the battery contact with a is placed on the base cloth moistened with alcohol •...
  • Page 43 7471 – hilips DE CT 522 – 3111-285-31161- B) – 1 14.06.06 Troubleshooting Problem Solution … when using a handset • Base station may be busy with another handset. Wait until it is available. Noise interference on • Your base station or charger may be too close. your radio or television Move it as far away as possible.
  • Page 44: General Information

    One of Philips’ leading Business Principles is to take all necessary health and safety precautions for our products, to comply with all applicable legal requirements and to stay well within the EMF standards applicable at the time of producing the products.
  • Page 45: Index

    7471 – hilips DE CT 522 – 3111-285-31161- B) – 1 14.06.06 Index Access the redial list Delete all call log entries Delete a redial list number Add entry to phonebook Delete entire redial list Adjust earpiece volume Display icons & symbols Adjust loudspeaker volume Edit phonebook entry Answer a call...
  • Page 46 7471 – hilips DE CT 522 – 3111-285-31161- B) – 1 14.06.06 Set backlight time Set display contrast Set redial number length Set PBX/switchboard access code Set dialling mode Set ring priority Set recall mode Set first ring Set master reset Silence a ringing alarm Switch between internal and external calls Switch secrecy on/off...
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  • Page 48 CT 522 – 3111-285-31161- B) – 1 14.06.06 Specifications are subject to change without notice.. Trademarks are the property of Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. or their respective owners. 2006 © Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V.All rights reserved. www.philips.com 3111 285 31161 (GB) 522-UG_3111-285-31161-(GB).indd...