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Motorola O2 Manual

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Ideal for outside use
For: O211, O212, O213 and O214
Handset: Motorola O21-HS
Motorola O21-B
Charger: Motorola O21-C
Warning: Charge the handset for 16 hours before use.
Motorola O2
Digital Cordless Telephone
with Answering Machine


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  • Page 1 Motorola O2 Digital Cordless Telephone with Answering Machine Ideal for outside use For: O211, O212, O213 and O214 Handset: Motorola O21-HS Base: Motorola O21-B Charger: Motorola O21-C Warning: Charge the handset for 16 hours before use.
  • Page 2 Safety information Important This equipment is not designed for making emergency telephone calls when the power fails. Alternative arrangements should be made for access to emergency services. This product is intended for connection to analogue public switched telephone networks and private switchboards in the US. Important safety instructions Follow these safety precautions when using your phone to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, and injury to persons or property:...
  • Page 3 • The product has been dropped or the cabinet has been damaged. • The product exhibits a distinct change in performance. Installation Guidelines • Read and understand all instructions and save them for future reference. • Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the product. •...
  • Page 4 All handsets are fully cordless for locating anywhere within range. Need help? If you have any problems setting up or using your O2, please contact Customer Services on 1-833-468-1468. Alternatively, you may find the answer in the ‘Help’ section at the back of this guide.
  • Page 5 AC power adaptor for the base • 750mAh Ni-MH battery • AC power adaptor for the charger cradle pack (pre-installed) If you have purchased an O2 multiple pack you will also have the following additional items: • O2 handset • 1 x Belt clip (pre-installed) •...
  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Getting started ..............9 Getting to know your phone ........13 Using the phone ..............18 Switch the handset on / off .................18 To make a call ....................18 To make a call by pre-dialing ...............18 To make a call using fast call keys ............18 To make a hands-free call ................18 Call from the phonebook ................18 Call from the Calls Lists .................19...
  • Page 7 4.15 To copy the phonebook to another handset........26 4.16 To check memory status ................26 4.17 To delete all entries ..................26 Caller ID and the Call list..........27 New calls alert ....................27 To view details of the call ................27 To save a number from the Calls Lists to the phonebook ....28 To delete a Calls Lists entry ................28 To delete entire Calls Lists ................28 To redial the last number ................29...
  • Page 8 Base settings ..............36 To set the base ringtone ................36 To set the base ringer volume ..............36 To change the dialing mode ...............36 To set ring priority ..................36 To change the flash time ................37 To change the System PIN ................37 To reset the phone ..................38 Area code ......................38 Default settings ....................38...
  • Page 9: Getting Started

    Although the O2 handset is water resistant we do not recommend you locate your main base or charger cradle in the bathroom or other humid areas. Place your O2 base within reach of the AC power outlet and telephone wall socket. The socket-outlet should be installed near the equipment and should be easily accessible.
  • Page 10 Connecting the base Plug the telephone line cord into the socket marked on the underside of the base and the other end of the line cord into the telephone line wall jack. 2. Plug the AC power jack into the socket marked on the underside of the base and plug the AC adaptor into the AC power outlet.
  • Page 11 Installing the antenna to the handset To fit the antenna screw clockwise with the screen facing you. Unscrew Screw Replacing the handset battery Unscrew the belt clip, then unscrew the 4 screws on the battery cover (the screws will stay attached to the battery compartment door) from the back of the handset and plug in the 750 mAh Ni-MH rechargeable battery pack supplied.
  • Page 12 Important Warning! Use only the approved rechargeable Ni-MH battery pack (750mAh Ni-MH rechargeable battery pack) supplied with your O2. Battery low warning icon is displayed and you hear a warning beep every 30 seconds during a call, you will need to recharge the handset before you can use it again. When charging, icon will scroll on the display.
  • Page 13: Getting To Know Your Phone

    Getting to know your phone Overview of your handset A Earpiece B Display See page 15 for an overview of the display icons. C Scroll up / Volume up Scroll up through lists and settings. During a call, press to increase the earpiece and hands-free volume. When the phone is ringing, press to increase the handset ringer volume.
  • Page 14 Talk / Hands-free Make or answer a call. Activate and deactivate hands-free during a call. G * / Ringer off Dial a *. Press and hold to switch handset ringer on or off. H Intercom Press to make an internal call. Antenna Phonebook menu / Clear / Back In standby mode, press to open the phonebook menu.
  • Page 15 Handset display DECT signal strength Handset ringer volume is Off. Displays when in hands-free mode. Displays when the answering machine is on. The alarm clock has been set. The keypad is locked. Displays when you have new answering machine messages. Displays when you have new voicemails.
  • Page 16 Overview of the base / Charger cradle Charger Base A Paging/Find handset This function allows you to page for the handset user or locate a missing handset. Paging calls cannot be answered by a handset. Press f on the base. All handsets registered to the base will ring and Paging Call.
  • Page 17 Menu map Answer Machine Clock & Alarm Registration Play Date & Time Register HS Play All Alarm Select Base Answer On/Off Time Format De-register Record Memo Settings Names Outgoing Msg. Set Handset From menu in standby: Del. Messages Ringtone Search Answer Settings Ringer Volume Add Entry...
  • Page 18: Using The Phone

    Using the phone Switch the handset on / off Press and hold to turn the handset on / off. To make a call Press 2. Dial the telephone number. To make a call by pre-dialing Enter the phone number (maximum 32 digits). If you make a mistake, press Clear.
  • Page 19: Call From The Calls Lists

    Call from the Calls Lists Note You need to subscribe to your network’s Call Display service to be able to see the caller’s number in the Calls Lists. Press Menu, the display shows Calls Lists and press Select. 2. Scroll to highlight the calls list (Missed Calls,...
  • Page 20: Secrecy

    3.11 Secrecy Mute the microphone so that you can talk to someone else in the room without your caller hearing you. Secrec. or OK. The display shows Secrecy On During a call, press and your caller cannot hear you. 2. Press to return to your caller.
  • Page 21: 3.13.4 3-Way Conference Call

    3.13.4 3-way conference call You can hold a 3-way conference call between 2 internal callers and 1 external caller. During a call with an external caller: Press i followed by the handset number (1-11) that you want to establish a conference call. Press and hold 0 to dial handset 10.
  • Page 22: Phonebook

    Phonebook The handset phonebook can store up to 200 names and numbers. Note Numbers can be up to 24 digits long and names up to 16 characters long. Entries are stored in alphabetical order. To dial phonebook entries In standby mode, press .
  • Page 23: Character Map

    Character map Case Assigned characters and symbols L / U . , - ? ! ¡ ¿ ’ @ : ; / 1 a b c 2 ä æ å à ç A B C 2 Ä Æ Å Ç d e f 3 è...
  • Page 24: To View Details Of An Entry

    To view details of an entry In standby mode, press . The first entry is highlighted on the display. 2. Enter the first letter of the name to search alphabetically then scroll to the exact entry. Press Options. Show Details is highlighted.
  • Page 25: To Assign A Ringtone

    4.10 To assign a ringtone In standby mode, press . The first entry is highlighted on the display. 2. Enter the first letter of the name to search alphabetically then scroll to the exact entry. Press Options. 3. Scroll Ringtone and press Select.
  • Page 26: To Access The Phonebook During A Call

    4.14 To access the phonebook during a call During a call, press Names. 2. Press Options to select Entry, Show Details, Edit Entry Delete Entry. 4.15 To copy the phonebook to another handset Press Names to enter the phonebook menu. 2.
  • Page 27: Caller Id And The Call List

    Caller ID and the Call list If you have subscribed to Call Display service, and provided the identity of the caller is not withheld, the number of the caller will be displayed together with the date and time of the call (if provided by the network). Notes If the caller’s number is stored in your phonebook along with a name, the name will also be displayed.
  • Page 28: To Save A Number From The Calls Lists To The Phonebook

    To save a number from the Calls Lists to the phonebook Press CID to enter the Calls Lists. 2. Scroll to highlight the calls list (Missed Calls, Received Calls, Dialed Calls, Delete Calls) you want. 3. Press Select to confirm. The most recent number or name if stored in the phonebook is displayed.
  • Page 29: To Redial The Last Number

    To redial the last number The phone lets you redial any of the last 20 numbers called. Numbers can be up to 32 digits long. Press . The last number dialed is highlighted. If the number is stored in the Phonebook, the name is displayed as well. 2.
  • Page 30: Agenda

    Agenda To add a new event Use the phone to remind you of details of up to five events such as birthdays, anniversaries or appointments. Up to 24 characters can be entered as the subject. Press Menu, scroll Agenda and press Select. Add Event is highlighted.
  • Page 31: To Show Event Details

    To show event details Press Menu, scroll Agenda and press Select. 2. Stored events are displayed. The first event is highlighted on the display. If to the event you want and press Options. required, scroll 3. Scroll Show Details and press Select. The description, date and time of the agenda are displayed.
  • Page 32: Clock & Alarm

    Clock & Alarm If you have subscribed to your network’s Caller Display service, the date and time is set automatically for all handsets when you receive your first call. If you are not subscribed to Caller Display service, you can set the date and time manually.
  • Page 33: Handset Settings

    Handset settings To set the handset ringtone You can set different ringtones for external calls and internal calls. Select from 20 handset ringtones. You will hear a sample ring as you scroll to each ringtone. Press Menu, scroll Settings and press Select. Set Handset is highlighted.
  • Page 34: To Change The Handset Name

    To change the handset name If you are using more than one handset with the base, you can give each handset a personalised name to easily distinguish between the handsets. A name can be up to 10 characters long. Press Menu, scroll Settings and press Select.
  • Page 35: To Set Light Timeout

    To set light timeout Set the duration of the backlight after the handset returns to standby screen. Press Menu, scroll Settings and press Select. Set Handset is highlighted. Press Select. 3. Scroll Light Timeout and press Select. 4. Scroll to set the timeout period you want and press Select. 5.
  • Page 36: Base Settings

    Base settings To set the base ringtone Select from 5 base ringtones. You will hear a sample ring as you scroll to each ringtone. Press Menu, scroll Settings and press Select. Set Base and press Select. 2. Scroll Ringtone is highlighted. Press Select. to the ringtone that you want and press Select.
  • Page 37: To Change The Flash Time

    All Handsets Select Handset then press Select. 4. Scroll Select Handset, all available handsets are displayed. If you choose • Scroll to the handset you want then press Select. • Scroll to the number of rings that you want to set: 2, 4 or 6 and press Select.
  • Page 38: To Reset The Phone

    To reset the phone You can restore the phone to its default (original) settings. Resetting the phone will not affect the phonebook or Calls Lists, and all handsets registered to the base will be retained. Only the handset and base settings will be reset.
  • Page 39: Registration

    Press Select. 6. Bases are displayed. If necessary, scroll to a new base you wish to register the O2 handset to and press Select. In Use, 7. If you are replacing a base that is already indicating when you press...
  • Page 40: To Select A Base

    10.2 To select a base You can register the handset with up to 4 bases. Once registered, you can switch between bases, for example, bases at home and at work. Press Menu, scroll Registration and press Select. 2. Scroll Select Base and press Select.
  • Page 41: Answering Machine

    11.2 To change answer delay Answer delay sets the number of times the O2 will ring before the answering machine picks up your call and starts playing the outgoing message. You can change this setting to between 2-9 rings or Time Saver.
  • Page 42: To Switch Message Alert Tone On / Off

    11.5 Outgoing message (OGM) The Outgoing message is the message a caller first hears when the answering machine picks up their call. The O2 comes with 2 pre-recorded outgoing messages, or you can record your own. 11.6 To record a personalised outgoing message You can record personalised outgoing messages up to 3 minutes long for your callers.
  • Page 43: To Play Or Delete Your Personalised Outgoing Message

    11.7 To play or delete your personalised outgoing message Deleting a personalised outgoing message automatically reinstates the pre- recorded one. You cannot delete a pre-recorded message. Press Menu, the display shows Answer Machine, press Select. Outgoing Msg. and press Select. 2.
  • Page 44: Call Screening

    Delete 5. Your memo is played back. If you want to delete it, press during Save playback. If you press or wait for the message to play back, it will be saved. 6. Press to return to standby. Note When a memo is played back, Memo is displayed on the handset. 11.11 Call screening When the answering machine is on and takes a call, you can screen the...
  • Page 45: Delete All Old Messages

    When the memory is full, the OGA will automatically be set to Answer Only. You must delete old messages before the O2 can record new messages. 11.14 Remote access Remote access allows you to operate your answering machine and listen to your messages by calling the O2 from another phone.
  • Page 46: To Switch Remote Access On / Off

    (error beeps). Please enter your security code”. You can try entering the code again. If it is still incorrect you will hear the voice prompt or two beeps (error beeps) and the O2 will hang up. 11.15 To switch remote access on / off...
  • Page 47: Help

    Help icon is not scrolling during charge • Bad battery contact – move the handset slightly. • Battery is full – no need to charge. No dialing tone • No power – check the connections. Reset the phone: unplug and plug back in the mains.
  • Page 48 Noise interference on your radio or television • Your base or charger cradle may be too close. Move it as far away as possible. Answering machine does not record messages • Switch the answering machine on. • The memory may be full. If so, you will need to delete some messages. •...
  • Page 49: Technical Specifications

    Technical Specifications RF frequency band 1920 to 1930MHz Channels Base voltage (AC voltage, 100V - 240V AC 50Hz/60Hz) Base voltage (Adaptor output) 7.5V/0.3A Handset voltage 750mAh 2.4VDC NI-MH (2 x AAA) rechargeable battery pack Charger cradle voltage (Adaptor 7.5V/0.3A output) Technical Specifications...
  • Page 50: General Information

    Consumer Products and Accessories Warranty Thank you for purchasing this Motorola branded product manufactured under license by Meizhou Guo Wei Electronics Co. Ltd., AD1 section, Economic Development Area, Dongsheng Industrial District, Meizhou, Guangdong, China.
  • Page 51 What Does this Warranty Cover? Subject to the exclusions contained below, MZGW warrants that this Motorola branded product (“Product”) or certified accessory (“Accessory”) sold for use with this product that it manufactured to be free from defects in materials and workmanship under normal consumer usage for the period outlined below.
  • Page 52 (c) use of the Products or Accessories for commercial purposes or subjecting the Product or Accessory to abnormal usage or conditions; or (d) other acts which are not the fault of Motorola or MZGW, are excluded from coverage.
  • Page 53 FCC, ACTA and IC regulations FCC Part 15 This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the requirements for a Class B digital device under Part 15 of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) rules. These requirements are intended to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
  • Page 54 FCC Part 68 and ACTA This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC rules and with technical requirements adopted by the Administrative Council for Terminal Attachments (ACTA). This Product Complies With 47CFR PART 68. The plug and jack used to connect this equipment to premises wiring and the telephone network must comply with applicable Part 68 rules and technical requirements adopted by ACTA.
  • Page 55 FCC Exposure to Radio Frequency (RF) Signals For Handset SAR tests are conducted using standard operating positions accepted by the FCC with device transmitting at its highest certifed power level in all tested frequency bands, although the SAR is determined at the highest certified power level, the actual SAR level of the device while operating can be well below the maximum value.
  • Page 56 ISEDC Warning This device complies with Innovation, Science, and Economic Development Canada licence-exempt RSS standard(s). Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device.
  • Page 57: Wall Mounting

    Wall mounting Important Before you wall-mount your O2, check that you are not drilling into any hidden wiring or pipes. Before you drill, make sure the power and telephone line cables will reach the sockets. Use the following templates to mark the drilling locations.
  • Page 58 3. Insert the wall plugs if necessary, then insert the screws leaving about 5mm protruding from the wall on which to hang the phone. 4. Slot the holes on the back of the base over the screw heads and gently pull the base/charger cradle down to make sure it is securely in place.
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  • Page 60 Manufactured, distributed or sold by Meizhou Guo Wei Electronics Co. LTD., official licensee for this product. MOTOROLA and the Stylized M Logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Motorola Trademark Holdings, LLC. and are used under license. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

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