NEC DECT G355 Basic User's Manual

NEC DECT G355 Basic User's Manual

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Business Mobility (IP) DECT
DECT G355, G955 and I755 Handsets
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  • Page 1 Business Mobility (IP) DECT DECT G355, G955 and I755 Handsets Basic User Guide...
  • Page 2 1200 JD HILVERSUM THE NETHERLANDS © NEC Nederland B.V. 2012 All right are reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part is prohibited without the written consent of the copyright owner. All brand names and product names in this document are trademarks or registered...
  • Page 3: Disclaimer

    Disclaimer NEC reserves the right to revise or make changes or improvements to the products described in the user manual or to this user manual itself at any time without obligation to notify any person of such revision or improvements.
  • Page 4: Revision History

    Revision history Revision history June, 2008 Creation of the User Manual for the G355 and G955 DECT Handsets. User Manual based on software version 1.30 July, 2008 New features of Feature Pack 1 added: Possible to select sending a message to a Central directory contact.
  • Page 5 Revision history Reference to VIP call included. November 2011 Basic User Guide created from the October 2009 User Manual. All non-basic parts moved to additional manuals. Basic User Guide based on software v03.09. Manual made more picture orientation. November 2012 I755x included...
  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Contents Contents Disclaimer ................. 3 Revision history ..............4 Contents ................6 Introduction ..............12 Notice on the use of the handsets ......... 12 Getting started ..............14 Installing the battery pack for the G355/G955 ....14 Installing the battery pack for the I755 ......15 Installing the charger .............
  • Page 7 Contents Call features ..............32 Make a call ..............32 Dialling a number ................. 32 Using Predial mode ..............32 Using Speed dial ................32 Using the Private or Central Directory .......... 32 Making an SOS call ..............33 Mandown Call (I755 only) ............33 Answering a call ............
  • Page 8 Contents Adding a contact number..............45 Changing a contact number or type indication ........46 Deleting a contact number..............46 Editing a contact name ............... 47 Editing a contact ringtone (VIP call) ........... 47 Deleting a contact ................. 48 Speed dial feature ................ 49 Assigning, changing or deleting a speed dial contact ......
  • Page 9 Contents Changing the calendar format ............65 Open a day schedule ..............65 Adding an appointment ..............66 Viewing an appointment ............... 68 Editing an appointment ..............68 Copying an appointment .............. 68 Deleting an appointment .............. 69 Additional features (Accessories) ......... 70 Calculator ..............
  • Page 10 Contents Setting the ring and alert melodies ..........90 Setting the increasing ring and alert feature ........ 91 Setting the vibrator feature ............91 Setting the key sound feature ............92 Setting confirmation sound ............92 Setting the coverage warning feature .......... 92 Setting the charger warning feature ..........
  • Page 11 Contents Connecting a paired Bluetooth headset ........... 114 Disconnecting a paired Bluetooth headset ........114 Rename a Bluetooth headset ............115 Retrieve Information Bluetooth headset ........... 115 Delete Bluetooth headset ..............116 Delete All Bluetooth headsets ............117 Handset accessories ............ 118 Installing the belt clip on the G355/G955 ........
  • Page 12: Introduction

    Introduction Introduction Also refer to the following documents:  General DECT Handset Information Guide  G355, G955 and I755 Administrator Guide Notice on the use of the handsets Like all cordless telephones, the G355, I755 and I755 DECT handsets use radio signals, which do not guarantee a connection under all circumstances.
  • Page 13 Introduction Furthermore the I755x complies to:  EN60079-0,  EN60079-11 And the following ATEX/IEC information holds: 0°C≤Ta≤+45°C Ui = 4.2V; li=0.75A, Pi=3.15W, Ci =196uF, Li =22uH II 3 G Ex ic IIC T4 Gc TÜV 12 ATEX 7285 X...
  • Page 14: Getting Started

    Getting started Getting started Installing the battery pack for the G355/G955 1. Place the handset face down on a flat surface. 2. Remove the battery compartment cover. 3. Push the battery pack into the casing as shown in Figure 4. Press the battery pack down until it locks. 5.
  • Page 15: Installing The Battery Pack For The I755

    Getting started Installing the battery pack for the I755 Important I755x safety information! Do not replace battery in hazardous area For battery replacement or removal, please do it outside hazardous area. After replacement of battery outside hazardous area, make sure the battery knob on battery has correctly and completely locked into the handset before going into hazardous area.
  • Page 16: Installing The Charger

    Getting started Installing the charger 1. Place the charger on a flat surface. 2. Connect the AC adapter cable to the terminal at the back of the charger. 3. Connect the adapter to an electrical outlet. 4. Place the handset on the charger as shown in Figure Figure 3: G355, G955 and I755 in Desktop Charger Charging the batteries...
  • Page 17: Charging Guidelines

    Getting started Figure 4: Placement of I755 spare battery pack Charging guidelines Please read the concerning section in the DECT Handsets – General Information Guide carefully! For the I755x also take very careful note of the following: Important I755x safety information! Only use batteries marked with “Battery Pack for RTX8050 Ex”...
  • Page 18: Charging And Operating Times

    Getting started Charging and operating times Discharged batteries require no more than 8 hours (I755: 10 hours) to completely recharge. Completely charged batteries provide the handset with up to: the following talk/stand by times:  G355 & G955: 12 hours talk time, 120 hours stand by time; ...
  • Page 19: Handset Keys And Display Areas

    Getting started Handset keys and display areas Figure 5: Elements of the G355, G955 and I755 1. Volume up key 9. Colour display 2. Volume down key 10. Soft keys 3. SOS key 11. CLR (red) key 4. OK key 12.
  • Page 20: Handset Keys

    Getting started Handset keys Table 2: Keys of the Handset Description Key related to the action given on LEFT SOFT the bottom left of the display. Key related to the action given on RIGHT SOFT the bottom right of the display. Use the navigation keys to: ...
  • Page 21 Getting started Table 2: Keys of the Handset Description Long press the (on I755: red) SOS key to make an emergency call (if configured). To increase the handset volume. VOLUME UP Decrease the handset volume. VOLUME DOWN – 1–9  Insert a digit in a number;...
  • Page 22: Display

    Getting started Table 2: Keys of the Handset Description  Insert a # in a number;  Switch between the current active profile and the Silent profile by long pressing (more than 2 seconds) the key. Icon line Dialogue area Soft key line Figure 6: Display screen...
  • Page 23: Icon Line

    Getting started Icon line The icon line displays the status of the handset. Table 3: Icon line icons Icon Description Level of radio signal (always shown) Bluetooth connection status (only for G955 and I755 DECT Handset) New text message received This icon, if active, replaces Attention: the Bluetooth connection icon.
  • Page 24: Dialogue Area

    Getting started Dialogue area The Dialogue area displays information according to the operational mode of the handset: Idle mode In Idle mode, the dialogue area displays information like DECT system name, handset’s DNR, time and date, and so on. Figure 7: Idle mode screen Call mode In Call mode, the dialogue area displays information related to the call, like number and name of the calling/connected party and...
  • Page 25: Dialogue Mode

    Getting started Table 4: Call mode icons Icon Description Call in conversation Loudspeaker on Microphone muted while loudspeaker on Microphone muted while loudspeaker off Dialogue mode In Dialogue mode, the dialogue area displays dialogues regarding missed calls (see Figure 8), messaging and menu settings. Figure 8: Missed call(s) screen Menu mode In Menu mode, the dialogue area displays the menu icons or...
  • Page 26: Edit Mode

    Getting started Figure 9 shows the Main menu and the General settings screen. Figure 9: Main menu and General settings screens Edit mode In Edit mode, you can use the dialogue area to enter and edit digits (e.g., for numbers) and text. Figure 10: Contacts editing screens Table 5 shows the key to press to insert letters, numbers or...
  • Page 27: Soft Key Line

    Getting started Table 5: key functions in text mode Uppercase Lowercase 1 £ $ ¥ € @ % & # § ^ 1 £ $ ¥ € @ % & # § ^ A B C 2 Æ À Á Â Ä Å Ç a b c 2 æ...
  • Page 28: Used Notation In This Manual

    Getting started Used notation in this manual The non-coloured box with text (and possibly some icon) indicates a (menu) selection entry. E.g., Use the U key to select AVIGATION the appropriate entry. The grey box with text indicates a soft key selection.
  • Page 29 Getting started  Used when the following actions (steps) depend on some condition. The condition is preceding the arrow, and the next action to be taken is marked by the indicated number (here: ). All actions belonging to set of actions to be taken, are marked by an orange line at the...
  • Page 30: General Functions

    General functions General functions Switching the handset on Long press Switching the handset off Long press Keypad lock Use the keypad lock feature to prevent accidental operation of the handset. Attention: You can dial 911 and 112 when the keypad lock is active.
  • Page 31: Unlocking

    General functions Unlocking...
  • Page 32: Call Features

    Call features Call features Make a call Dialling a number Enter/edit: Number Using Predial mode Enter/edit: Number Using Speed dial Long press the digit key assigned to the phone number Using the Private or Central Directory Central Directory is only available if it is provided by your communication system...
  • Page 33: Making An Sos Call

    Call features Enter the first character(s) of the required name Select: required contact Optional step(s): Select: appropriate number Making an SOS call To define the SOS number, see Configuring emergency or SOS calls (page 105). To make a voice call no SOS text message should be defined. Mandown Call (I755 only) To define the mandown call, see Configuring mandown calls...
  • Page 34: Answering A Call

    Call features Answering a call Answering a call in Normal mode Loudspeaker off: Loudspeaker on: Answering a call using any key This feature is available only when configured – see Answer mode configuration (page 100). Loudspeaker off: Loudspeaker on: Auto-answering mode This feature is available only when configured –...
  • Page 35: Change Settings During A Call

    Call features Change settings during a call Adjusting the headset or loudspeaker volume When you adjust the headset or loudspeaker volume, the handset remembers the new setting the next time you use the handset. Volume up: Volume down: Using mute during a call Deactivate the microphone (mute) Activate the microphone (unmute) Using Loudspeaker...
  • Page 36: Transferring A Call

    Call features Transferring a call Dialling second destination then transfer Enter/edit: Number Optional step(s): Await answer Using the Private or Central Directory then transfer Private Central directory Enter the first character(s) of the required name Select: required contact Optional step(s): Select: appropriate number Optional step(s): Await answer...
  • Page 37: Shuttle The Call

    Call features Shuttle the call To alternate between the two parties (before transfer):...
  • Page 38: Calls List

    Calls list Calls list Four calls list tabs are maintained: Table 6: Call type icons Symbol Description/Tab calls Answered call Dialed call Missed call because it was unanswered or rejected One combined call list Missed call because of Caller filter block Figure 11: Calls list When there is more than one call to or from a phone number, only the most recent call appears in the appropriate call list.
  • Page 39: Actions On The Calls Lists

    Call features Actions on the calls lists Open Calls list Answered Dialed Missed Checking the details of a call Open Calls list: Select: required entry Dialling the number of the call list entry Open Calls list: Select: required entry First edit then dial the number of the call list entry Open Calls list: Select: required entry...
  • Page 40: Transferring A Number To Your Contacts List

    Calls list Enter/edit: Number Transferring a number to your contacts list Open Calls list: Select: required entry Optional step(s): Enter/edit: Number Optional step(s): Enter/edit: Name...
  • Page 41: Transferring A Number To The Caller Filter List

    Call features Transferring a number to the caller filter list Open Calls list: Select: required entry Optional step(s): Enter/edit: Number Optional step(s): Enter/edit: Name G955 and I755 only.
  • Page 42: Deleting An Entry

    Calls list Deleting an entry Open Calls list: Select: required entry Missed calls list entries will also be deleted from the list if:  You answer a call from the to the entry related number (entry moved to the Answered calls list).
  • Page 43: Contacts

    Contacts Contacts Restrictions to your contacts:  Contact name maximum 16 characters;  Contact number maximum 32 digits; Each contact can contain up to 4 numbers;   Each number has a type indication: Table 7: Contact's number type indication Icon Description Home...
  • Page 44: Changing Information Of A Contact

    Contacts Enter/edit: Number Enter/edit: Name Changing information of a contact Open the Contacts menu Select: required contact Depending on the required action continue with the appropriate step 5:  Adding a contact number    Changing a contact   number or type indication...
  • Page 45: Adding A Contact Number

    Contacts  Deleting a contact number    Editing a contact name    Editing a contact ringtone   (VIP call)  Adding a contact number Enter/edit: Number...
  • Page 46: Changing A Contact Number Or Type Indication

    Contacts  Changing a contact number or type indication Select: appropriate number Enter/edit: Number  Deleting a contact number You can delete a number only if there is more than one number for the contact. Select: appropriate number...
  • Page 47: Editing A Contact Name

    Contacts  Editing a contact name Enter/edit: Name  Editing a contact ringtone (VIP call)
  • Page 48: Deleting A Contact

    Contacts Note Optional step(s): Deleting a contact Open the Contacts menu Select: required contact      For the G355 the maximum number of melodies is 10.
  • Page 49: Speed Dial Feature

    Contacts  Speed dial feature Use the Speed dial feature to place calls by dialling a one-digit code – see Using Speed dial (page 32). Attention: Only the first number added to the contact can be assigned to a Speed dial key.
  • Page 50: Transferring Phone Numbers To The Caller Filter List

    Contacts   assign   change   delete  assign  change  delete Transferring phone numbers to the caller filter list Open the Contacts menu Select: required contact G955 and I755 only...
  • Page 51 Contacts Optional step(s): Enter/edit: Number Optional step(s): Enter/edit: Name...
  • Page 52: Messaging

    Messaging Messaging You can send and receive text messages using the G955 or I755 DECT Handset . The feature is not supported by the G355. Attention: If you receive a message the handset exits from whatever it is doing (whitout saving e.g., settings that you were changing).
  • Page 53: Confirming Receipts

    Messaging Unless you disable the ringer, the melody assigned to Ring emergency plays when you receive an emergency message. The ringer volume increases to the maximum during the signalling process. If you receive an emergency message during a call, a repeated and in volume increasing short alert tone sounds.
  • Page 54: Message Menu Sections

    Messaging Message Menu Sections Messaging menu contains a number of sections: Table 8: Menu section icons Icon Description New and draft Inbox Sent messages Settings Open Message menu section Actions on the messages Reading a message Open Message menu section: Select: required message Optional step(s): Scroll the text...
  • Page 55: Writing/Changing And Saving A Message

    Messaging Writing/changing and saving a message Open Message menu section: Select: required message Enter/edit: Message Sending a new message or draft Open Message menu section: Select: required message Optional step(s): Enter/edit: Message...
  • Page 56: Lookup Contact

    Messaging          Lookup contact Select: required contact Optional step(s):  Enter number Enter/edit: Number Optional step(s):  Send to many...
  • Page 57: Central Directory

    Messaging Select: required contact (Private only) Optional step(s): Select: appropriate number Optional step(s): Repeat previous steps for all destinations  Central directory Enter the first character(s) of the required name Optional step(s): Select: required contact Optional step(s):...
  • Page 58: Forwarding A Message

    Messaging Forwarding a message Open Message menu section: Select: required message Optional step(s): Enter/edit: Message   Lookup contact Sending   Enter number a new   Send to many message   Central directory or draft Replying to an incoming message Open Message menu section: Select: required message...
  • Page 59: Deleting A Message

    Messaging Optional step(s): Deleting a message Open Message menu section: Select: required message Optional step(s): Deleting all messages Open Message menu section: Select: any message...
  • Page 60: Saving Sender To The Contacts List

    Messaging Optional step(s): Saving sender to the contacts list Open Message menu section: Select: required message Optional step(s): Optional step(s): Enter/edit: Number Enter/edit: Name...
  • Page 61: Message Settings

    Messaging Message settings Configuring the On/Off options The following options can be configured:  Overwrite old to control what happens when the handset receives a new message, but there is no room to store more messages:  On: the oldest message stored on the phone is overwritten.
  • Page 62: Voicemail

    Messaging Open Message menu section: Voicemail Use the Voicemail feature to listen to voice messages left by calling parties . You receive a voicemail in the following situations:  if your handset is switched off  if your handset is busy ...
  • Page 63: Defining A Voicemail Number

    Messaging Figure 12: Voicemail display screen Press the soft key to listen directly or press the soft key to close the dialogue. Defining a Voicemail number Open Message menu section:      Lookup contact Select: required contact...
  • Page 64: Enter Number

    Messaging  Enter number Enter/edit: Number Listening to voicemail Open Message menu section: Listen to your voicemail...
  • Page 65: Calendar

    Calendar Calendar Use the calendar to set up reminders, appointments and meeting alerts. Open the Calendar Changing the calendar format Open the Calendar Open a day schedule Open the Calendar     ...
  • Page 66: Adding An Appointment

    Calendar  Enter/edit: Go to date Adding an appointment Open a day schedule Optional step(s): Enter/edit: Start date Enter/edit: Start time            Enter/edit: End date...
  • Page 67 Calendar   Enter/edit: End time  Enter/edit: Subject Enter/edit: Location                  Optional step(s): Enter/edit: Reminder date   Enter/edit: Reminder time...
  • Page 68: Viewing An Appointment

    Calendar  Viewing an appointment Note: Days with appointments will be shown in red. Open a day schedule Select: required appointment Editing an appointment Open a day schedule Select: required appointment Optional step(s): Make the necessary changes like in Adding an appointment (page 66) from step 3.
  • Page 69: Deleting An Appointment

    Calendar Optional step(s): Make the necessary changes like in Adding an appointment (page 66) from step 3. Deleting an appointment Open a day schedule Select: required appointment Optional step(s):...
  • Page 70: Additional Features (Accessories)

    Additional features Additional features (Accessories) Your DECT handset offers you the following additional features:  Calculator;  Stopwatch;  Alarms (alarm clock). When an incoming call arrives while using one of the additional features, the feature will be disrupted (e.g. on ongoing stopwatch measurement will be stopped).
  • Page 71: Stopwatch

    Additional features Stopwatch Use of the stopwatch soft keys: Table 9: Stopwatch soft keys Soft key Description Start a new measurement Halt the measurement Save the intermediate result and continue the measurement Continue a stopped measurement Reset the stopwatch (back to 0)
  • Page 72: Alarms (Alarm Clock)

    Additional features Alarms (alarm clock) Assigning or change a daily alarm Assign Change Enter/edit: Alarm (time) Turning off a daily alarm...
  • Page 73: Assigning Or Change A Recurrent Alarm

    Additional features Assigning or change a recurrent alarm Assign Change Optional step(s): Enter/edit: Recurrent alarm (time) For the required days of the week: Note: (Already) selected days are marked with a green dot...
  • Page 74: Turning Off A Recurrent Alarm

    Additional features Turning off a recurrent alarm...
  • Page 75: Telephone Settings

    Telephone settings Telephone settings The following table gives the settings you can configure on your handset: Table 10: Telephone setting Icon Description Page General settings Sounds & Alerts settings Display settings Calls settings Connectivity settings...
  • Page 76: General Settings

    Telephone settings General settings Table 11: General setting Item Description Page  Use Profiles to adapt the audio settings (see Sounds & Alerts settings – page 87) of your DECT handset to different situations  Set the current Time & date ...
  • Page 77: Open The General Settings Menu

    Telephone settings Table 11: General setting Item Description Page  Erase all data from the MEM card  View information about e.g., software release, hardware version, frequency, power level, and so on Open the General settings menu Profiles You can use the following profiles: ...
  • Page 78: Switching Quickly To And From The Silent Profile

    Telephone settings Switching quickly to and from the Silent profile Long press the key in Idle mode to switch between the active profile and the Silent profile. Editing a profile Only the active profile can be edited. Open the General settings menu...
  • Page 79: Resetting Profiles To Factory Settings

    Telephone settings Make the necessary changes like in Sounds & Alerts settings (page 87) Resetting profiles to factory settings Open the General settings menu Setting the time and date Note: If your communication system provides the date and time, then setting the date and time has only a temporary effect and will, in due time, revert to the by the system provided time and date.
  • Page 80: Setting The Date

    Telephone settings Enter/edit: Time Setting the date Open the General settings menu Enter/edit: Date...
  • Page 81: Setting The Language

    Telephone settings Setting the language Open the General settings menu Configuring shortcuts Open the General settings menu...
  • Page 82: Configuring The Led Signal (I755 Only)

    Telephone settings Configuring the LED signal (I755 only) LED, Green LED Orange LED can be used to indicate certain conditions to the user:  Missed call  Text message  Voice message  Text or voice msg  Mandown  Low battery Open the General settings menu Security options...
  • Page 83: Setting The Automatic Keypad Lock Feature

    Telephone settings Setting the Automatic keypad lock feature Open the General settings menu...
  • Page 84: Changing The Pin Code

    Telephone settings Changing the PIN code Open the General settings menu Changing the Proxy password Used to change the Proxy password used at SIP authentication. Open the General settings menu...
  • Page 85: Defining The Handset Name

    Telephone settings Optional step(s): Defining the handset name Open the General settings menu Enter/edit: Handset name Resetting settings Open the General settings menu...
  • Page 86: Resetting The Memory Card

    Telephone settings Resetting the memory card CAUTION When you reset the memory card you’ll also loose the system registrations and you will not be able to make or receive calls with your DECT handset. Open the General settings menu...
  • Page 87: Viewing Status Information

    Telephone settings Viewing status information Open the General settings menu Sounds & Alerts settings Table 12: Sounds & Alerts settings Item Description Page  Set the Ring volume  Define the ring melody for incoming calls from an external source ...
  • Page 88 Telephone settings Table 12: Sounds & Alerts settings Item Description Page  Define the ring melody for incoming calls from an unknown source  Define the ring melody for an incoming normal message  Define the ring melody for an incoming urgent message ...
  • Page 89: Open The Sounds And Alerts Menu

    Telephone settings Table 12: Sounds & Alerts settings Item Description Page  Define whether or not a sound is given when handset moves out the coverage area  Define whether or not a sound is given when the handset is put on the charger ...
  • Page 90: Setting The Ring And Alert Melodies

    Telephone settings Setting the ring and alert melodies Open the Sounds and alerts menu Note Optional step(s): For the G355 the maximum number of melodies is 10.
  • Page 91: Setting The Increasing Ring And Alert Feature

    Telephone settings Setting the increasing ring and alert feature Open the Sounds and alerts menu Setting the vibrator feature Attention: The vibrator feature is available only on the G955 and I755 DECT Handset. Open the Sounds and alerts menu No vibrator Or Vibrate before ringing Or Vibrate instead of ringing Intermittently vibrate and...
  • Page 92: Setting The Key Sound Feature

    Telephone settings Setting the key sound feature Open the Sounds and alerts menu Setting confirmation sound Open the Sounds and alerts menu Setting the coverage warning feature Open the Sounds and alerts menu...
  • Page 93: Setting The Charger Warning Feature

    Telephone settings Setting the charger warning feature Open the Sounds and alerts menu Setting the Missed call time Open the Sounds and alerts menu Enter/edit: Missed call time...
  • Page 94: Display Settings

    Telephone settings Display settings Table 13: Display settings Item Description Page  Select the image that is displayed on the screen of your handset in the idle state  Select a theme: a combination of images and colour gradations for the wallpaper, startup screen and menu ...
  • Page 95: Open The Display Settings Menu

    Telephone settings Open the Display settings menu Selecting Wallpaper or Startup screen According to the selected theme Open the Display settings menu Other than the selected theme Open the Display settings menu...
  • Page 96: No Wallpaper Or Startup Screen

    Telephone settings Optional step(s): No wallpaper or startup screen Open the Display settings menu Selecting a theme Open the Display settings menu...
  • Page 97: Configuring Power Save

    Telephone settings Configuring power save The display of your DECT Handset has three intensity levels:  Display on;  Display dimmed;  Display off. Figure 13: Display intensity levels On, Dimmed and Off The various levels are used to save energy and are applied based on the Power save setting.
  • Page 98 Telephone settings...
  • Page 99: Calls Settings

    Telephone settings Calls settings Table 14: Calls settings Item Description Page  View information regarding outgoing Call time Message count.  Determine how incoming calls can be answered: Normal using o By pressing Any key o Automatically (Auto answer)  Selectively block or accept calls from specified phone numbers (upto 10).
  • Page 100: Open The Calls Settings Menu

    Telephone settings Open the Calls settings menu View Statistics information Open the Calls settings menu Optional step(s): Answer mode configuration Open the Calls settings menu...
  • Page 101: Caller Filter Configuration

    Telephone settings Caller filter configuration Attention: The Caller filter feature is available only on the G955 and I755 DECT Handset. Adding an entry to the Caller filter list Open the Calls settings menu     ...
  • Page 102: Editing Entries In The Caller Filter List

    Telephone settings  Select: required contact Editing entries in the Caller filter list Open the Calls settings menu Select: required entry...
  • Page 103: Deleting An Entry From The Caller Filter List

    Telephone settings Deleting an entry from the Caller filter list Open the Calls settings menu Select: required entry...
  • Page 104: Deleting All Entries In The Caller Filter List

    Telephone settings Deleting all entries in the Caller filter list Open the Calls settings menu Activating Caller filter Open the Calls settings menu...
  • Page 105: Configuring Emergency Or Sos Calls

    Telephone settings  Accept only calls from callers in the Caller filter  Don’t accept calls from callers in the Caller filter  Caller filter not used Configuring emergency or SOS calls Assigning emergency call number Open the Calls settings menu ...
  • Page 106: Assigning An Emergency Message (G955 And I755 Only)

    Telephone settings  Select: required contact Assigning an emergency message (G955 and I755 only) Open the Calls settings menu Enter/edit: Message Configuring mandown calls (I755 only) Activating or Deactivating Mandown Open the Calls settings menu...
  • Page 107: Assigning A Mandown Message

    Telephone settings  Activate mandown  Deactivate mandown Assigning a Mandown message Open the Calls settings menu Enter/edit: Message Assigning Mandown number Open the Calls settings menu...
  • Page 108: Setting The Mandown Auto Answer Option

    Telephone settings       Select: required contact Setting the Mandown Auto Answer option Open the Calls settings menu...
  • Page 109: Setting The Mandown Delay And Prealarm Time

    Telephone settings Setting the Mandown Delay and Prealarm Time Prealarm time: time the I755 DECT Handset has to stay in the horizontal position before the mandown situation arises. Delay: time between start of the mandown situation and the time the mandown call is set up. Within this period the mandown call can be cancelled by pressing the Reject soft key.
  • Page 110: Connectivity Settings

    Telephone settings  Silent charging not used  Disconnect from the system while in the charger (if configured: redirect call to alternative destination)  Turn off the ringer (and vibrator) while in the charger Connectivity settings Table 15: Connectivity settings Item Description Page...
  • Page 111: Open The Connectivity Menu

    Telephone settings Table 15: Connectivity settings Item Description Page  Set up the Bluetooth feature Open the Connectivity menu DECT system selection Open the Connectivity menu  Select: required DECT system (e.g., DECT01)  Handset selects DECT system automatically...
  • Page 112: Bluetooth

    Telephone settings Bluetooth The Bluetooth feature is available only on the G955 Attention: and I755 DECT Handset and requires physical installation of the Bluetooth module – refer to the G355, G955 and I755 Administrator Guide. Table 16: Bluetooth headset status Icon Description Connected...
  • Page 113: Disable Bluetooth

    Telephone settings Disable Bluetooth Open the Connectivity menu Pairing Bluetooth headset Open the Connectivity menu Enable Bluetooth Start pairing mode on your Bluetooth headset – refer to your headset documentation Select: required headset (e.g., 30M)
  • Page 114: Connecting A Paired Bluetooth Headset

    Telephone settings PIN Code headset! Connecting a paired Bluetooth headset Open the Connectivity menu Enable Bluetooth Select: required headset (e.g., 30M) Disconnecting a paired Bluetooth headset Open the Connectivity menu Enable Bluetooth...
  • Page 115: Rename A Bluetooth Headset

    Telephone settings Rename a Bluetooth headset Open the Connectivity menu Select: required headset (e.g., 30M) Retrieve Information Bluetooth headset Open the Connectivity menu Enable Bluetooth...
  • Page 116: Delete Bluetooth Headset

    Telephone settings Select: required headset (e.g., 30M) Delete Bluetooth headset Open the Connectivity menu Enable Bluetooth Select: required headset (e.g., 30M)
  • Page 117: Delete All Bluetooth Headsets

    Telephone settings Delete All Bluetooth headsets Open the Connectivity menu Enable Bluetooth...
  • Page 118: Handset Accessories

    Handset accessories Handset accessories Installing the belt clip on the G355/G955 To install the belt clip, perform the following steps: 1. Place the handset face down on a flat surface. 2. Use the plastic tool to unlock the fastening of the belt clip compartment cover as shown in Figure 3.
  • Page 119 Handset accessories Figure 14: Using plastic tool Figure 15: Installed swivel belt clip...
  • Page 120 Handset accessories Figure 16: Installed executive belt clip To uninstall the belt clip, perform the following steps: 1. Place the handset face down on a flat surface. 2. Use the plastic tool to unlock the belt clip fastening. 3. The plastic tool is shipped in the box with the handset. 4.
  • Page 121: Installing The Belt Clip On The I755

    Handset accessories Figure 17: Installed belt clip compartment cover CAUTION Only use the plastic tool that is shipped with your G355/G955 to unlock the belt clip or the belt clip compartment cover. Using anything else, like a screwdriver, can damage your DECT handset and will void any warranty! Installing the belt clip on the I755 When the I755 is used with a vertical pouch the belt clip is to be...
  • Page 122 Handset accessories 3. Put the belt clip cover in place. 4. Replace the screws and fasten the belt clip cover to the handset. To replace the belt clip: 1. Place the handset face down on a flat surface. 2. Use a screwdriver (type Pozidriv 0 or PZ0) to unscrew the two screws by which the belt clip cover is attached to the handset.
  • Page 123: Connecting The Headset

    Handset accessories Connecting the headset Important I755x safety information! Do not use headset in hazardous area Make sure the headset sucker has completely covered the headset jack. This is to ensure no solid dirts and liquid could enter the I755x Handset and present a risk of leakage, fire, explosion or other hazardous situation.

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