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Your Handset
Your Handset
The Cisco IP DECT 6800 Series is made up of the Cisco IP DECT 210 Multi-Cell Base Station and the Cisco
IP DECT Phone 6825 Handset.
Figure 1: Cisco IP DECT 210 Multi-Cell Base Station and Cisco IP DECT Phone 6825 Handset
The handsets communicate with the base station using Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT)
to provide call functions.
In this document, the term phone means the handset and the term system means the handset and base station.
Note
Not all features may be supported by your handset. Contact your service provider for the supported features.
Your Handset, on page 1
Getting Started, on page 2
Buttons and Hardware, on page 3
Care of Your Handset, on page 11
Additional Help and Information, on page 13
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  • Page 1 Additional Help and Information, on page 13 Your Handset The Cisco IP DECT 6800 Series is made up of the Cisco IP DECT 210 Multi-Cell Base Station and the Cisco IP DECT Phone 6825 Handset. Figure 1: Cisco IP DECT 210 Multi-Cell Base Station and Cisco IP DECT Phone 6825 Handset The handsets communicate with the base station using Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT) to provide call functions.
  • Page 2: Getting Started

    Your Handset Getting Started Getting Started Turn On Your Handset Procedure Press and hold Power/End until the screen turns on. Turn Off Your Handset Procedure Press and hold Power/End until the screen turns off. Report an Emergency Situation Your handset has an emergency button, located at the top of the handset. If set up by your administrator, you can press this button to raise an alert in an emergency situation.
  • Page 3: Buttons And Hardware

    Your Handset Unlock the Handset Keypad Procedure Press and hold Asterisk until the message “Press and hold *” and the key lock icon ( ) are displayed on the screen. Related Topics Set the Handset Lock and PIN Set the Timer to Automatically Lock the Handset Unlock the Handset Keypad If the keypad is locked, you must unlock it before you can place most calls.
  • Page 4 Your Handset Buttons and Hardware Figure 2: Cisco IP DECT Phone 6825 Handset Buttons and Hardware Table 1: Cisco IP DECT Phone 6825 Handset Buttons and Hardware Item Name or Grouping Description Indicator light (LED) Indicator light—Use the light to identify states. You can configure the event that triggers the red, yellow, or green LED.
  • Page 5 Your Handset Buttons and Hardware Item Name or Grouping Description Softkeys, handset control buttons Softkeys Activate the option (Speaker, Menu), Navigation displayed on the screen. cluster, call control buttons (Answer/Send, Power/End). Toggle the speaker mode on or off for Speaker the handset.
  • Page 6 Your Handset Buttons and Hardware Item Name or Grouping Description Keypad Dial numbers and enter letters. • Enter “1” when you dial a number. • Access voicemail. Press and hold to automatically dial the voicemail system. • Enter these special text characters: . ! ? , - " @ + ;...
  • Page 7 Use the outer ring of the Navigation cluster to scroll through menus and to move between fields. Use the inner Select button of the Navigation cluster to select menu items. Supported Characters When you input information, the Cisco IP DECT Phone 6825 Handset supports the following characters: Your Handset...
  • Page 8 Your Handset Handset Screen Features Figure 3: Supported Characters Handset Screen Features The screen shows information about your handset such as directory number, date and time, and softkeys. The screen is made up of three sections: the header row, the middle section, and the footer row. Figure 4: Handset Screen At the top of the screen is the header row.
  • Page 9 Your Handset Header Icons The middle of the screen displays the information associated with the handset: date and time, configured handset owner, and handset phone number. The bottom row of the screen contains the softkey labels. Each label indicates the action for the softkey button below the screen.
  • Page 10 Your Handset Differences Between Phone Calls and Lines Battery Icons Icon DND Mode Icon Description Battery is depleted. Recharge the battery to use the handset. Battery is 1% to 24% charged. Recharge the battery as soon as possible. Battery is 25% to 49% charged. Battery is 50% to 74% charged.
  • Page 11: Care Of Your Handset

    Your Handset Phone Batteries • Lines—Each line corresponds to a directory number or intercom number that others can use to call you. You have up to four lines. • Calls—Each line can support up to two calls. However, you can have only two calls on the handset. Only one call can be active at any time;...
  • Page 12 Your Handset Clean the Handset Screen Clean the Handset Screen Procedure If your handset screen gets dirty, wipe it with a soft, dry cloth. Caution Do not use any liquids or powders on the phone because they can contaminate the handset components and cause failures.
  • Page 13 Additional Help and Information If you have questions about the functions available on your phone, contact your administrator. The Cisco website (https://www.cisco.com) contains more information about the phones and call control systems. • For quick start guides and end-user guides in English, follow this link: https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/support/collaboration-endpoints/...
  • Page 14 Cisco One-Year Limited Hardware Warranty Terms Special terms apply to your hardware warranty and services that you can use during the warranty period. Your formal Warranty Statement, including the warranties and license agreements applicable to Cisco software, is available on Cisco.com at this URL: https://www.cisco.com/go/hwwarranty.

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