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<Unpairing>
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To unpair a paired Bluetooth
device, select the device in the [Delete] screen.
Other Setting and Check
<Visibility Setting>
This setting must always be set to "Disable".
<BT Information>
You can view the following kinds of information about the IP3NA-BHA ADAPTER:
・ Firmware and hardware versions
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・ Bluetooth
module information and
standard
・ Installed profile versions
・ Device address and name

Specifications

Item
Destination
Multifunctional terminal bottom-unit connecter (except for economy multifunctional terminal)
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Bluetooth
version
Bluetooth
version 2.0
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Radio interface
Bluetooth
Class1(1 to 100mW)
Installed profiles
・ GAP : Generic Access Profile
・ SPP : Serial Port Profile
Power consumption
About 0.8 W (excluding the telephone)
Power feeding method
Power feeding from the multifunctional telephone
Dimensions (L×W × H)
72mm × 65mm × 25mm (excluding projections)
Mass
About 0.1kg
Operating environment
Temperature: 0 to 40℃ , Relative humidity: 10 to 90% (no dew condensing)
Restrictions
Keep the IP3NA-BHA ADAPTER at least 1m apart from other IP3NA-BCH ADAPTERs
and at least 3m apart from other radio equipment.
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※ The Bluetooth
word mark and logos are owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such
marks by NEC Infrontia Corporation is under license. Other trademarks and trade names are those of
their respective owners.
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Specification
・ HSP : Headset Profile
・ HFP : Hands Free Profile
IP3NA-BHA ADAPTER Connection Manual
Introduction
The IP3NA-BHA ADAPTER is an adapter that connects a Bluetooth
terminal.
IP3NA-BHA ADAPTER
The table below lists the type of device that can be connected to the IP3NA-BHA ADAPTER and the
functions supported by it.
Type of device
Available function
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Bluetooth
・Originating calls to an extension or central office line
headset
Press the headset call (call control) button twice briefly and
dial the numbers on the telephone.
・Answering terminating calls
Press the headset call (call control) button while a call
terminates with a ring tone.
※ The headset call (call control) button allows you to only
originate calls from the headset and answer terminating
calls.
Any other headset-specific functions are not supported.
※ The handset cannot be used while you are talking with the
headset on. You cannot switch to the headset to use while
you are using the handset, either.
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・A headset with built-in Bluetooth
supporting the HFP/HSP profiles can be connected to the IP3NA-BHA
Caution
ADAPTER.
・The receiver volume can be controlled with the multifunctional terminal (the cursor up and down keys
or the volume key).
・Whether the functions mentioned above work or not depends on the destination system. For more
details, refer to the manual that comes with the destination system.
・The ways you originate calls from the Bluetooth
depending on the type of device you use.
A50-013692-002
Issue 2.0
2008.7
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device to a multifunctional
R
Bluetooth compatible
headset
Remarks
・The ringing of calls
terminating to the headset is
linked with that of the
terminal, though some
ringing features, such as
off-hook ringing are not
supported.
※ For latest information about
recommended products,
please consult with your
system provider for a list of
compatible headsets.
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headset and answer terminating calls may vary
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  • Page 1: Specifications

    ・ Bluetooth module information and headset standard ・ Installed profile versions The table below lists the type of device that can be connected to the IP3NA-BHA ADAPTER and the ・ Device address and name functions supported by it. ▼ Specifications...
  • Page 2 ® is not done, the Bluetooth device cannot be used. Lift the IP3NA-BHA ADAPTER from the upper claw while pressing the upper claw and the right and left ® ・To pair your Bluetooth headset in use with the IP3NA-BHA ADAPTER, disconnect the headset from claws.

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