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Table of Contents
Getting Started.....................................................4
Welcome ................................................................4
General Safety Information....................................6
Introduction ..........................................................11
Phone Overview ..................................................12
Basic Operation .................................................15
Turn Phone On and Off .......................................15
Place a Call..........................................................17
Automatic Redial..................................................18
End a Call ............................................................19
Receive a Call......................................................19
Call in Absence Indicator.....................................19
Hands Free Operation (with optional
HF Microphone) ...................................................20
Place a Hands Free Call......................................20
Receive a Hands Free Call..................................20
Automatic Hands Free ........................................21
Enhanced Simplex Hands Free...........................21
Signal Strength Meter ..........................................22
Volume Meter ......................................................22
Speaker Volume ..................................................23
Earpiece Volume .................................................23
Ringer Volume .....................................................24
Display Own Phone Number ...............................24
Switch to Second Phone Number........................24
Memory ...............................................................26
Storing Information in Memory ............................26
Selecting a Memory Location ..............................26
Store to a Location Number.................................26
Memory Autoload.................................................27
Storing a Phone Number and a Name ................27
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   Summary of Contents for Motorola 4500

  • Page 1

    Table of Contents Getting Started.............4 Welcome ..............4 General Safety Information........6 Introduction ............11 Phone Overview ..........12 Basic Operation ..........15 Turn Phone On and Off ........15 Place a Call............17 Automatic Redial..........18 End a Call ............19 Receive a Call............19 Call in Absence Indicator........19 Hands Free Operation (with optional HF Microphone) ...........20 Place a Hands Free Call........20...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Table of Contents Memory Protect ...........29 Cumulative Call Timer .........48 Recalling/Scrolling from Memory ......29 Individual Display Timer........48 Recalling/Scrolling by Location Number....29 One-Minute Timer..........49 Last Number Recall ..........30 Security Features..........49 Recalling Last 10 Numbers Dialed ......30 Electronic Lock ............49 Super Speed Dialing..........31 Change Unlock Code...........50 Turbo Dial ............31...

  • Page 3: Getting Started, Welcome

    • You will need to have the following information Welcome when you inquire about your phone or service. Thank you for selecting Motorola – a world leader Your ESN (electronic serial number) and MSN in cellular technology. (mechanical serial number) are located on the transceiver of your telephone.

  • Page 4: General Safety Information

    Getting Started Getting Started These standards are based on extensive scientific General Safety Information review. For example, over 120 scientists, engineers, and physicians from universities, I I M M P P O O R R T T A A N N T T government health agencies, and industry S S a a f f e e t t y y I I n n f f o o r r m m a a t t i i o o n n reviewed the available body of research to...

  • Page 5

    Getting Started Getting Started D D r r i i v v i i n n g g O O t t h h e e r r M M e e d d i i c c a a l l D D e e v v i i c c e e s s Check the laws and regulations on the use of If you use any other personal medical device, wireless telephones in the areas where you drive.

  • Page 6: Introduction

    Getting Started Getting Started bodily injury or even death. Areas with a Introduction potentially explosive atmosphere are often but not always clearly marked. They include, but are not The cellular telephone you have selected limited to: fueling areas such as gasoline stations; represents the state-of-the-art in cellular telephones below deck on boats;...

  • Page 7: Phone Overview

    Getting Started Getting Started Phone Overview Operating Display and Status Indicators Provide a visual indication of telephone numbers and messages associated with mobile telephone service. Power Light – Displays when a call is in progress. In Use – Displays when a call is in progress. No Svc –...

  • Page 8: Basic Operation, Turn Phone On And Off

    Getting Started Basic Operation Control Keypad Turn Phone On and Off Recalls and displays telephone 1. If installed in your vehicle, your phone numbers stored in memory. should turn on and off with the vehicle’s Clears the last digit entered when ignition.

  • Page 9: Place A Call

    Basic Operation Basic Operation Start-up Status Indicators Place a Call Indicators Explanation 1. With power on, enter the number you wish On/Lock Indicator to call. (dot) 2. Press S. (You may leave the handset • Lights steadily to indicate mounted while dialing if an external the phone is on and fully microphone is present.) operative...

  • Page 10: Automatic Redial, Receive A Call, Call In Absence Indicator

    Basic Operation Basic Operation minutes is insufficient time, press S to begin Unsuccessful Call Attempts another cycle. If the call attempt is successful, the If you hear one of the following signals, you have phone will ring to alert you of the connection.You not successfully completed your call.

  • Page 11: Hands Free Operation (with Optional Hf Microphone), Place A Hands Free Call

    Basic Operation Basic Operation Hands Free Operation Automatic Hands Free (with optional HF Microphone) 1. Press F, 1 . 2. Scroll the menu by pressing G or H until Place a Hands Free Call HF AUTO MUTE OFF displays. 3. Press s once to toggle this feature on, 1.

  • Page 12: Signal Strength Meter, Volume Meter, Speaker Volume, Earpiece Volume, Ringer Volume

    Basic Operation Basic Operation Signal Strength Meter v – – = = ≠ ≠ The Signal Strength Meter (SSM) represents the Lowest Volume Highest Volume relative strength of the signal received by your Setting Setting phone. The SSM is displayed as a bar graph The number of bars represents the number of following the letter S at the left side of the display.

  • Page 13: Display Own Phone Number, Switch To Second Phone Number

    Basic Operation Basic Operation If you have two phone numbers programmed into Ringer Volume your phone, each time the telephone is turned on, Press F and use G and H as described it displays a message indicating which home system type and phone number is currently active. in the "Volume Meter"...

  • Page 14: Memory, Storing Information In Memory, Selecting A Memory Location, Store To A Location Number

    Memory Memory Storing Information in Memory Memory Autoload 1. Enter phone number to be stored. Your telephone provides memory capable of 2. Press s, *. storing up to 99 frequently called phone numbers 3. The phone is automatically in Alpha Entry as well as a seven-character name tag.

  • Page 15: Recalling/scrolling From Memory, Recalling/scrolling By Location Number

    Memory Memory 4. Press s . The display will flash 01 to confirm NOTE Your phone is capable of storing up to 32 that the name and phone number were numeric characters or a combination of 16 successfully stored in memory location 01. numeric and seven alpha characters per memory NOTE If FulL displays, refer to "Memory Protect"...

  • Page 16: Last Number Recall, Recalling Last 10 Numbers Dialed, Super Speed Dialing, Turbo Dial

    Memory Memory Press 0, 1 and press # or G to begin This feature allows you to refer to or redial any of the last ten numbers to which calls were placed. scrolling from the beginning of the stored locations. The numbers are stored in the order placed and The display will show the location number, then always represent the ten most recent calls.

  • Page 17: One-touch Dialing Keys, One-touch Priority Dialing, Scratch Pad Memory

    Memory Memory associated key and holding for approximately one STORED will display to indicate that the number second. There is no need to press S. has been cleared. NOTE Turbo Dialing is affected by "Call One-Touch Priority Dialing Restriction" Service Levels 1, 2, and 3. See "Change Service Level"...

  • Page 18: Tone Dialing (two-part Calling), Pause Dialing (memory Linking)

    Memory Memory If your party gives you another number to call, Two-part calling can be automated by a unique simply enter this from the keypad. If you make an feature which permits the programming and error, press C to erase the last digit entered or pauses between groups of numbers.

  • Page 19: Edit A Memory Location

    Memory Memory send the second group of numbers. Continue to Instruction and press R, S until all digit groups are sent. Display Key Sequence If the PIN code feature is activated the PIN code Enter the phone number of the will automatically be sent after the first pause by bank —...

  • Page 20: Clear Memory Entries, Features, Select/cancel Menu Features, Signal Strength Meter (ssm)

    Memory Features Additional features that may be available with your 8. You will see a Memory Protect message; press s to overwrite. phone but are not accessed through the feature menu, are also described in this section. Memory location number will display as confirmation.

  • Page 21: Feature Status Review, Battery Indicator, Extended Talk Time, Microphone Muting, Number Preference

    Features Features Feature Status Review Extended Talk Time To Review Status The extended talk time feature allows you to 1. Press F, 0, 9, R. conserve battery power when operating in a strong 2. Press G or H to scroll through signal area.

  • Page 22: Automatic Answer, Multiple Key Answer, Incoming Call Screening, Silent Ringer

    Features Features Automatic Answer Incoming Call Screening 1. Press F, 1 . 1. Press F, 1 . 2. Scroll the menu by pressing H or G until 2. Scroll the menu by pressing H or G until AUTO ANSROFF displays. CALL RCV ON displays.

  • Page 23: Distinctive Ringer, Silent Keypad, Silent Scratch Pad

    Features Features The telephone’s ring tones may be silenced where Silent Keypad they could prove a distraction, as during a business 1. Press F, 1 . conference, etc. In this case, incoming calls are 2. Scroll the menu by pressing H or G announced only by a flashing Call in the display.

  • Page 24: Pin Code Activation, Timers, Individual Call Timer, Resettable Call Timer

    Features Features number in memory location 7. The PIN code must PIN Code Activation be less than seven digits. Activate PIN Code If you enter a service area which does not require a 1. Press F, 1 . PIN code, disable the feature in the feature menu. 2.

  • Page 25: Cumulative Call Timer, Individual Display Timer, One-minute Timer, Security Features, Electronic Lock

    Features Features 4. To exit the Feature Menu, press E. This timer accumulates the air-time in minutes from the point at which it is reset. This feature automatically displays the This resettable timer is generally utilized to track accumulated time in minutes and seconds during monthly air-time usage and is set in conjunction and after each call.

  • Page 26: Change Unlock Code, Display Unlock Code, Automatic Lock, Language Selection, Auxiliary Alert

    Features Features The electronic lock prevents use of the telephone Language Selection by disabling both incoming and outgoing calls. To 1. Press F, 1 . help remember which key to use, note that L for Lock appears on 5. 2. Scroll through menu by pressing (insert up and down arrows) until Languag Select If a call is received during this period, the phone displays.

  • Page 27: Change Service Level, Master Reset

    Features Features ignition being turned off. Calls may be placed while Restrictions Level in the Auxiliary Alert mode unless the unit has also been locked subsequent to pressing F, 4. The No restrictions (Standard setting) Auxiliary Alert mode is automatically disabled the •...

  • Page 28: Master Clear

    Features Features This feature allows you to reset most or all the user Master Clear selectable options to their standard settings. Master reset will perform the functions listed below. CAUTION Master Clear performs all the functions of Master Reset, in addition to erasing all names Master Reset will Perform and numbers stored in memory, and clearing the these Functions...

  • Page 29: Reference, The Cellular System, Service Area, Weak Signal Alert, Switchhook And Enhanced System Services

    Reference Reference The Cellular System Switchhook and Enhanced System Services There are generally two types of cellular systems Press S. serving any metropolitan area. One of these will most likely be operated by the telephone company During a call, pressing S performs a switchhook that provides telephone service to your community, function used to access enhanced Cellular System generally referred to as a wireline carrier .

  • Page 30

    Reference Reference To Select Display System Type Selection Display 1. Press R, *. The display will show the current active system choice. Standard Mode 2. Repeatedly press * to review the system Your phone first seeks a home type system, then a non-home type.

  • Page 31: Preferred Sids, Troubleshooting

    Reference Reference Preferred SID’s Troubleshooting 1. Is the unit locked? To enter Preferred SID’s: See "Electronic Lock", page 49. 1. Press R, *. 2. Is the No Svc (No Service) indicator lit? 2. Press * or # to scroll to pscan See "Status Indicators", page 16.

  • Page 32: Quick Reference Feature Guide

    Reference Reference Feature Menu Quick Reference Feature Guide Enter Menu F, 1 . H or G to Basic Operation scroll. Select Feature C. Turn It On P. Cancel Feature C. Lock F, 5. Exit E. Unlock Three-digit unlock code. Turn It Off P. Place a Call Enter number, S.

  • Page 33: Message Glossary

    Reference Reference EMPTY Name Directory is empty. Message Glossary FULL Indicates all directory locations are ’ (Apostrophe) Scrolling activated full, requested block is unavailable, or location has a number already * displayed as “A” stored in it Two-System Operation (Active HOME System Type Selection –...

  • Page 34: Index

    Reference Reference All user features set to standard Index STD AB System Type Selection (non- wireline standard mode) Automatic Answer..........42 STD BA Automatic Hands Free .........21 System Type Selection (wireline standard mode) Automatic Lock ............50 System Busy Cellular system is busy. Automatic Redial..........18 Auxiliary Alert............51 V––==≠≠...

  • Page 35: Patent Information

    Reference Reference Master Reset ............53 Selecting a Memory Location ......26 Memory Autoload..........27 Service Area ............56 Memory Linking ...........35 Signal Strength Meter........22, 39 Memory Protect ...........29 Silent Keypad............45 Message Glossary ..........64 Silent Ringer ............43 Microphone Muting ..........41 Silent Scratch Pad ..........45 Multiple Key Answer ..........42 Speaker Volume ..........23 Name Preference..........41...

  • Page 36

    Reference Reference T T h h e e U U . . S S . . F F o o o o d d a a n n d d D D r r u u g g A A d d m m i i n n i i s s t t r r a a t t i i o o n n ' ' s s the RF--and the person's head.

  • Page 37

    Reference Reference For the past five years in the United States, the genetic material of blood cells called lymphocytes. mobile phone industry has supported research into None of the tests showed any effect of the RF the safety of mobile phones. This research has except for the micronucleus assay, which detects resulted in two findings in particular that merit structural effects on the genetic material.

  • Page 38

    Reference Reference When tumors did exist in certain locations, matched people without brain cancer. This is called a however, they were more likely to be on the side of case-control study. The current case-control study of the head where the mobile phone was used. brain cancers by the National Cancer Institute, as well Because this occurred in only a small number of as the follow-up research to be sponsored by industry,...

  • Page 39

    Reference Reference Reference • National Institute for Occupational Safety and • a headset with a remote antenna to a mobile phone Health carried at the waist. • Environmental Protection Agency Again, the scientific data do not demonstrate that mobile phones are harmful. But if people are •...

  • Page 40

    Reference Reference P P a a t t e e n n t t I I n n f f o o r r m m a a t t i i o o n n N N o o t t e e s s : : Manufactured under one or more of the following U.S.

  • Page 41

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