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  • Page 1 DECT PHONE Instructions...
  • Page 2: Recommendations And Safety Instructions

    NTRODUCTION Dear customer: Thank you for purchasing a DECT telephone; we appreciate your trust in us. This product was manufactured with the upmost care, should you encounter any difficulties during its use, we recommend that you refer to this user guide. You can also find information on our site. For your comfort and safety, we ask that you read the following paragraph carefully: Recommendations and safety instructions Your DECT telephone must not be installed in a humid room (wash room, bathroom, laundry room,...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    ONTENTS Your telephone Displaying or hiding the programmed time of the timer Unpacking Birthday alarms Your desk charger Adding a new birthday alarm Your base (USB-DECT aerial) Viewing a birthday alarm Your handset Modifying or deleting a birthday alarm Connecting the base (radio base) Ring tones Handset set-up Handset turning on and off...
  • Page 4: Your Telephone

    OUR TELEPHONE Unpacking Place the box in front of you, open it and make sure it contains the following items: • a USB-DECT aerial (the radio transmitter base for your handset), • one handset, • a charger with its power unit, •...
  • Page 5: Your Handset

    OUR TELEPHONE Your handset Alphanumeric screen. Context keys (on-screen select keys): depending on the context, these keys are used to validate the options which appear above them, either in the lower right or lower left corners of the screen. These keys are called programmable keys.
  • Page 6 OUR TELEPHONE The navigator key, a rapid selection tool. To confirm or to access a sub-menu Navigating Adjust the volume during a conversation To cancel, delete or go to the previous menu The visual display of your handset Number of handset Battery indicator (according to order of inscription)
  • Page 7: Connecting The Base (radio Base)

    OUR TELEPHONE Connecting the base (radio base) Before making any connections, please refer to the safety instructions presented at the beginning of this user guide. To install your USB-DECT antenna, follow the steps below: Connect the USB-DECT antenna (radio base), supplied in the pack, to the USB port located at the rear of your multifunction terminal.
  • Page 8: Handset Set-up

    OUR TELEPHONE Handset set-up Insert the batteries, one by one, making sure they are the right way round, as indicated on label inside handset battery compartment. Place the cover back on the handset by pushing upwards until it is completely closed. Remove the protective film on the screen, place the handset on the base to fully charge the batteries.
  • Page 9: Replacing The Batteries

    OUR TELEPHONE Replacing the batteries Hold down the red key to turn off the handset. Turn it around so that the battery compartment is accessible. Exert a pressure on the compartment battery and slip the compartment battery downwards. Remove the old batteries, insert the new batteries one by one, making sure they are the right way round as indicated on the label inside the handset battery compartment.
  • Page 10: Getting Started

    ETTING STARTED During a call ETTING STARTED During call, numerous options A language selection screen is displayed. Press until the required language is accessible by pressing Menu displayed. Press Valid. Select the desired option in the following list: - HANDSFREE: to activate the handset speaker.
  • Page 11: Call Transfer

    ETTING STARTED Call transfer Your other caller is then put on hold and you can talk with your second caller. This function is only accessible when two handsets or more are registered to the same Making a second call whilst on line. base.
  • Page 12: Accessing The Phonebook Or Call Log

    ETTING STARTED To set up a 3 way-call (the two parties and Secret mode yourself) You can switch to secret mode at any time Press Menu during your conversation. Your handset microphone will be switched off and the other Select 3-PARTY CONF using .
  • Page 13 ETTING STARTED Select with the desired handset with the keys. Press Call The handset rings. Pick up on the second handset using the green key To end the call, press the red key You can also easily call another handset if you know its number. From the idle screen, enter the number of the handset.
  • Page 14: Menu Structure

    ENU STRUCTURE You can navigate through the menus using the navigator key VIEW PHONEBOOK CALL EDIT SEARCH Option RING TONE ADD NUMBER NEW ENTRY DELETE INCOMING CALLS CALLS OUTGOING CALLS EVENTS ACCESSORIES ALARM TIMER BIRTHDAY RING TONE EXTERNAL CALL INTERNAL CALL BEEPS SILENT MODE...
  • Page 15 ENU STRUCTURE SETTINGS PROGRAM KEYS DATE/TIME AUTO HANG UP AUTO PICKUP KEYPAD LOCK LANGUAGE EMERGENCY SECURITY CHANGE CODE ADVANCED SET. SET HANDSET REGISTRATION BASE PRIORITY RESET HANDSET PERSON. REGISTR REGISTR. MODE SET BASE RESET BASE DELETE HANDSET RENAME BASE The date and time on your DECT handset are automatically displayed and managed on your fax, the fax and DECT handset use the same date and time.
  • Page 16: Your Phonebook

    OUR PHONEBOOK - SEARCH: to search for another entry. OUR PHONEBOOK - RING TONE: to assign a unique ring tone to You can store 100 phonebook entries in your your handset that will be used each time phonebook. this number calls you (caller display service Each phonebook entry can contain the name mandatory).
  • Page 17: Using A Phonebook Entry To Place A Call

    OUR PHONEBOOK To enter text press successively on the Using a phonebook entry to desired key until the letter is displayed on the place a call screen. On the navigator key , press On the navigator key , press until the PHONEBOOK screen is displayed, until the PHONEBOOK screen is displayed, press OK to confirm.
  • Page 18: Performing A Refined Search

    OUR PHONEBOOK Performing a refined search You enter the number input screen. The cursor is at the end of the number. • The information is accurate. Press In the phonebook menu, press Option Valid. Select SEARCH using . Press • To correct the number, press C on the Valid.
  • Page 19: Call Log

    ALL LOG - DELETE ALL: To delete all calls. ALL LOG This menu enables you to view the call or To return to the call view screen, press event lists of your telephone. Return The dialled call log presents the calls you made.
  • Page 20: Calling A Number Listed In The Dialled And Received Call Log

    ALL LOG Calling a number listed in the A summary screen appears. It informs you as to the various events that took place during dialled and received call log your absence: • the calls received during your absence. On the navigator key , press until the CALLS screen is displayed, press Choose the event using...
  • Page 21: Accessories

    CCESSORIES An information screen shows the alarm clock CCESSORIES status. This menu offers you numerous additional - the time at which the handset will ring, functionalities: - if the alarm is on or off. • Alarm clock: to use your handset as an •...
  • Page 22: Timer

    CCESSORIES The list of ring tones appears. • To launch the timer without changing the Select the desired ring tone using displayed delay, press Start • To change the programmed time, press Press Volume to access the volume Edit setting screen. A list showing the different settings appears.
  • Page 23: Displaying Or Hiding The Programmed Time Of The Timer

    CCESSORIES Displaying or hiding the Viewing a birthday alarm programmed time of the timer In the birthday alarm list screen, select the alarm you would like to view using To display (or hide) the time on the screen during its countdown, select VIEW in the and press OK to confirm.
  • Page 24: Ring Tones

    ING TONES Activating or deactivating the ING TONES beeps This menu allows you to modify the ring tones and particularly: On the navigator key , press • to assign different ring tones for incoming calls outsides or intercom (between until the RING TONE screen is displayed, handsets), press OK to confirm.
  • Page 25: Activating/deactivating The Silent Mode

    ING TONES Activating/deactivating the silent mode When in silent mode, the telephone ringer and keypad beeps are inhibited. On the navigator key , press until the RING TONE screen is displayed, press OK to confirm. Select SILENT MODE using . Press Valid.
  • Page 26: Settings

    ETTINGS ETTINGS Once the key is programmed, a screen invites you to programme the key This menu enables you to change or customise the handset and base parameters. • To modify the function, press Edit • To keep the function, press Valid. Programming a key To exit the menu, press the red key This function enables you to programme the...
  • Page 27: Modifying The Language

    ETTINGS Modifying the language ECURITY This function enables you to change the This menu enables you to change or screen display language. customise the security parameters of your telephone. You can: On the navigator key , press • lock the keypad, •...
  • Page 28: Programming An Emergency Number

    ETTINGS Programming an emergency - DEACTIVATE: to deactivate the emergency number. number - CHANGE NO: to modify the emergency This function allows you to define an number. emergency number which can be enabled or To modify the emergency number, select disabled.
  • Page 29: Registering A New Handset To A Terminal

    ETTINGS Select CHANGE CODE using . Press ANDSET SETTINGS Valid. Registering a new handset to a Enter the old base code using the keypad terminal (default is 0000). Press Valid. To register a new handset to a base you Enter the new base code using the keypad. must: Press Valid.
  • Page 30: Modifying The Terminal Preference

    ETTINGS On the multifunction terminal: Modifying the terminal preference Put the terminal in registration mode: 891 - ADVANCED FCT / DECT / This function enables you to specify which REGISTER base will be used by your handset to make calls (if your handset is registered to several On the machine, press , enter 891 using bases).
  • Page 31: Resetting The Handset

    ETTINGS Resetting the handset On the navigator key , press When you reset your handset, all the until the SETTINGS screen is displayed, parameters are reset to their initial value press OK to confirm. (factory settings) with the exception of the phonebook and alarms (birthdays and Select ADVANCED SET..
  • Page 32: Using A Handset To Put The Base In Registration Mode

    ETTINGS During the registration process (up to ASE SETTINGS TERMINAL one minute), the LCD screen displays HANDSET REGISTRATION Using a handset to put the base message disappears once registration is complete. in registration mode If the registration process fails (for This function enables you to put the base in example, the handset left the registration mode so you can register a new...
  • Page 33: Resetting The Base (terminal)

    ETTINGS Resetting the base (terminal) On the navigator key , press When you reset your base, all the base until the SETTINGS screen is displayed, press OK to confirm. parameters are reset to their initial values (factory settings). Select ADVANCED SET.. Press Valid. On the navigator key , press until the SETTINGS screen is displayed,...
  • Page 34: Care And Maintenance

    PPENDIX Care and Maintenance Use a slightly damp cloth to wipe the base and handset, do not use a dry cloth as this may cause electrostatic charges. Problems Refer to the table presented below in case of an operational malfunction: Problems Remedies The handset display is blank...
  • Page 35: Features

    EATURES Functions Default settings Functions Default settings ACCESSORIES Auto Pick up Alarm clock Language English Timer Security RING TONE Keypad lock Ringer (Ext/Int) Flute / Mineral Emergency Silent mode Base code 0000 Beeps All active Advanced settings SETTINGS •Line settings Program keys Mute / Alarm PABX prefix...
  • Page 36: Environment

    NVIRONMENT Preservation of the environment is an essential concern of Sagem Communications. The desire of Sagem Communications is to operate systems observing the environment and consequently it has decided to integrate environmental performances in the life cycle of its products, from manufacturing to commissioning, use and elimination. Packaging The presence of the logo (green dot) means that a contribution is paid to an approved national organisation to improve packaging recovery and recycling...

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