Safety precautions Safety precautions Use only the power unit supplied, as indicated on the underside of the base station. The operation of medical appliances may be affected. Be aware of the techni- cal conditions within the particular environment (e.g. doctor's practice). Do not install the base in bathrooms or shower rooms.
Getting started Getting started Pack contents 1 base 1 power supply cord with power unit 1 ISDN connection cable 1 USB cable 1 wall holder Operating instructions Notes on installation The installation location must have a 220/230V~ mains outlet and an ISDN tele- phone connection.
Getting started Mounting the base as a wall unit Before mounting the base, please read the notes on installation (page 3, page 4). 1. Drill two holes ( 5 mm) 80 mm apart next to one an- ∅ other in the wall. 2.
Getting started Connecting the base Front of unit Schematic illustration jack: Insert ISDN connection cable until connector clicks into place. 2. Insert ISDN connection cable into ISDN connection until connector clicks into place. 3. For NTBA with self-mounting, plug in the cable between the NTBA and the TAE (old telephone outlet) or Mini-Western connector until both connectors click into place.
Getting started Connecting auxiliary equipment You can connect the following auxiliary equipment to your base: up to eight wireless devices (handsets see page 9, Gigaset data modules see page 30, Gigaset Repeater see page 30) up to two analogue, wire-based devices (e.g. telephone, answering machine, fax machine, entrance telephone –...
Operating instructions for the S1, SL1, C1 and C2 handsets are enclosed. The current version of the operating instructions is available on the Internet at www.my-siemens.com/gigaset. Below, examples of operating the base from an S1 or SL1 handset and a C1 or C2 hand- set are presented for "Assigning an MSN a ringer melody".
Getting started Example: "Assigning an MSN a ringer melody" Open the menu. MENU Select the menu item and confirm. Set base Select the menu item and confirm. Settings Enter system PIN if required (page 10). Select the menu item and confirm. ISDN settings Select the menu item and confirm.
Getting started Manually registering a Gigaset S1 / SL1 handset Open the menu. Select the menu item and confirm. Settings Select the menu item and confirm. Register H/Set Select base (1–4) and confirm, e. g. Base 1. Base 1 Enter the system PIN of the base (factory setting: 0000) and confirm.
Getting started Registering a Gigaset 4000 Comfort/Micro handset Hold down, to turn on the handset. either ... Confirm the prompt. or ... Select the menu item and confirm. Settings Select the menu item and confirm. Register H/Set Select base (1–4) and confirm, e. g. Base 1 Base 1 ...
Getting started Registering a Gigaset 3000 Comfort/Micro handset − Hold down, to turn on the handset. either ... Confirm the prompt. or ... Open the menu. Select the menu item and confirm. Stations Í Select the base (1-4) and open the sub-menu. Station 1 Select the menu item and confirm.
Getting started Registering a Gigaset 2000 C handset Press to turn on the handset. Open the menu. Select the menu item and confirm. Settings Select the menu item and confirm. Registration Select base (1-4) and confirm. Station 1 Í Open the submenu. Select the menu item and confirm.
Getting started De-registering handsets Handsets are de-registered using a handset (see handset operating instructions). Exam- ple: Open the menu. Select the menu item and confirm. Base Settings Select the menu item and confirm. Settings Enter system PIN if required. Select the menu item and confirm. Setup user Select the menu item and confirm.
The SX205isdn and SX255isdn bases support the S1, SL1, C1 and C2 handsets. Operat- ing instructions for these handsets are enclosed. The current version of the operating instructions is available on the Internet at www.my-siemens.com/gigaset or contact the hotline (page 34).
Supported handsets Feature Announcing the caller's name email directory Last number redial list Caller lists Making cost-effective calls Linking a call-by-call number with a phone number Displaying the call duration Displaying call charges Setting up the charge calculation SMS (text messages) Sending text messages and outgoing message list Saving text messages Inserting pre-written text or an email address in an...
Supported handsets Feature Using several handsets Using a handset as a room monitor Setting walkie talkie mode Date and time Setting the date and time Setting the alarm clock Setting an appointment Displaying unaccepted appointments, anniversaries Night service Security settings Changing the system PIN Defining authorisation Emergency numbers...
Supported handsets Feature Ringer echo Changing the ringer tone Activating/deactivating the ringer Activating/deactivating the alert tone Vibration alarm Activating/deactivating advisory tones Restoring the handset factory settings Operating with other devices Defining the device type Activating/deactivating Repeater mode Operating when connected to a PABX Activating/deactivating call transfer –...
The quick way into the world of ISDN The quick way into the world of ISDN What is an MSN? MSN = Multiple Subscriber Number. You can apply for up to ten different telephone numbers for one multiple ISDN connection. An MSN is one of the phone numbers assigned to you without an area code.
Answering Machine Answering Machine Your ISDN telephone has three answering machines (AM1, AM2, AM3). Once you have connected your telephone, answering machine AM1 is shown and activated. By default, answering machines AM2 and AM3 are hidden. To use them, they must be shown and all shown answering machines must be assigned their own receive MSN.
Answering Machine Range of functions Using a handset registered on the base, the following functions are available (see the handset operating instructions for more details): Configuration of answering machine Assigning a receive MSN Hiding/showing an answering machine Specifying the number of rings before the answering machine starts Deactivating/activating spoken date and time Setting the recording time and recording quality Activating/deactivating automatic pause...
Answering Machine Remote control of answering machines With the remote control option, you can operate your answering machine, e.g. listen to and delete messages from a registered handset, a connected cord telephone or from external telephones and handsets. Apart from the first step, the procedure is the same for both kinds of remote control. The following functions are available when using remote control: Activating/deactivating the answering machine Messages and memos...
Answering Machine Added-feature and standard handset Open list of internal users. Enter internal phone number for the answering machine: 91 or 92 or 93. Enter AM PIN if required. Handset made by another manufacturer (GAP mode) Lift the receiver. If necessary, press another key to initiate an internal call.
Answering Machine Activating/deactivating the answering machine Activate/deactivate Playing back messages and memos All messages New messages only Pause/Stop Continue playback End playback Skipping messages and memos To start of message To previous message To next message Deleting messages and memos Single message during playback All messages after playback Recording an announcement...
Answering Machine Selecting an announcement Announcement 1 Announcement 2 Announcement Concluding announcement Recording internal memos Begin recording End recording Help Check settings Check one-key functions Check two-key functions see page 22 End check...
Connecting devices Connecting devices Connecting cord-based analogue devices The internal phone numbers Int.21/Int.22 are pre-assigned to the TAE connections. Devices connected to them must not be registered on the base. be set to tone (DTMF) dialling (pulse dialling not supported). In addition, the corresponding device type must be set and device-specific additional settings made.
Connecting devices Connecting a fax machine To operate a fax machine or a combination device (e.g. fax with telephone), the device type setting should be changed to Fax or Neutral. For problem-free fax operation regardless of the settings of the remote terminal, the device type setting Neutral is recommended (with the Fax setting, a successful fax con- nection depends on the settings of the remote terminal).
Connecting devices No device connected For each TAE connection, to which no device is connected, the device type must be set to No function, in order to prevent malfunctioning of the Reject all (see handset oper- ating instructions) and Busy on busy (see handset operating instructions) ISDN func- tions.
Connecting devices Making an external enquiry S Q ~ Switch between callers if necessary. Making an internal enquiry Making an internal enquiry Switch between the callers if necessary. Transfer call before/after answer either ... Transfer before answer: Hold down (return to idle status). or ...
Connecting devices Connecting PC via USB You can connect a PC with a cable using the USB port on your base and connect one or more PCs without a cable using the Gigaset M10x data modules. Your base then offers you the option of using a connected PC to: Configure your base Manage phonebooks from the PC, base and handsets.
In case of questions about the entrance telephones shown here or any other systems, please contact the respective manufacturers or suppliers. We ask for your understanding that Siemens AG cannot provide any guarantee of the currency, completeness and accuracy of the circuit diagrams.
Operation of entrance telephone Caution! Connect base power unit 6573 and additional unit TFV5680 using enclosed bus connector. Ritto TwinBus entrance system Gigaset SX205-255i Caution! Connect base power unit 4753/01 and additional unit TFV4680/00 using enclosed bus connector. Door type 2 (DTMF) For details of connecting entrance telephones with DTMF control (door type 2), refer to the example below.
Questions and Answers If you have any questions about the use of your phone, you can contact us 24 hours a day at www.my-siemens.com/customercare. You will find the most frequently asked questions and the corresponding answers below. What has happened if … Possible Cause Possible solution …...
You can get assistance easily when you have technical questions or questions about how to use your device by using our online support service on the Internet at: www.my-siemens.com/customercare or by referring to the section entitled Questions and answers in this manual...
Appendix If the device needs to be repaired, please contact one of our Customer Care Centers: Abu Dhabi....0 26 42 38 00 Luxembourg ... . . 43 84 33 99 Argentina .
Appendix Excerpt from the original declaration "We, Siemens AG, declare that the above mentioned product is manufactured according to our Full Quality Assurance System certified by CETECOM ICT Services GmbH in compliance with ANNEX V of the R&TTE Directive 99/05/EC. The presumption of conformity with the essential requirements regarding Council Directive 99/5/EC is ensured"...
Accessories Accessories Gigaset Handsets Turn your Gigaset into a cordless telephone system: Gigaset S1 Handset Large illuminated graphic display with date and time Phonebook for around 200 entries Full duplex grade handsfree EATONI predictive text Caller-specific ringer melody setting (for VIP calls) Download options for obtaining melodies via SMS Room monitor Walkie talkie...
Accessories Gigaset C2 Handset Graphic display with date and time Phonebook for around 100 entries Handsfree EATONI predictive text Caller-specific ringer melody setting (for VIP calls) Room monitor Walkie talkie Gigaset C1 Handset Graphic display with date and time Phonebook for around 50 entries Handsfree Gigaset Repeater The Gigaset Repeater can be used to increase the reception...
In addition, conversations can be heard on the handset. All accessories and batteries are available from your mobile phone retailer. Or you can order direct online from the my-siemens Online Shop: www.my-siemens.com/shop . The Online Shop also has the latest product information.
ISDN glossary ISDN glossary Added-feature connection ISDN connection that offers three more services than the standard connection: Call forwarding, transfer of charges after the connection, and a T-mailbox. AOC-D Advice of Charge: During the Call. Transfers the charge information during the con- nection.
ISDN glossary Call divert (via second B channel) / internal call divert While external call divert takes place in the local telephone exchange of the network provider, internal call divert is implemented by your telephone. Your telephone for- wards the call via the second line of your ISDN connection. This means both phone lines are engaged for the duration of the call.
ISDN glossary Capture Performance feature "Identify/capture". MCID stands for "Malicious Call Identifica- tion". If you receive annoying calls, you can have the telephone exchange store the caller number. This performance feature must be requested from the network pro- vider. CCBS (Completion of Calls to Busy Subscriber) See "Callback when the number is busy"...
ISDN glossary D channel Control channel for an ISDN connection. See "Channel" Digital exchange Computer controlled switching units allow quick connection and the activation of such additional services as => enquiry calls, => call waiting, => three-way confer- ence, => call forwarding etc. Direct call Block the telephone for all phone numbers except for an individually entered number.
ISDN glossary Internal calls Connection between the base station and handsets made free of charge. Internal ringer Special ringtone on PABX's to distinguish between internal and external calls. ISDN Abbreviation for Integrated Services Digital Network, i.e., a digital network for inte- grating services.
ISDN glossary Notebook function During a phone call you can enter a phone number in the phone's temporary mem- ory to be dialled later. NT/NTBA Network terminating device (NT = Network Terminator and NTBA = Network Termi- nator Basic Access). The public T-ISDN is terminated with an NT. The NT acts as a bridge to the existing telephone outlet.
ISDN glossary Remote activation Allows the answering machine to be activated and deactivated during a call. This function is PIN-protected. Remote check Answering machine function. Listen to messages remotely, mostly together with options like delete messages or change announcements. Repeater A repeater increases the range of a handset connected to a base station.
ISDN glossary Wait melody Music on hold. During an enquiry call or when a call is being transferred, a melody is played which the waiting person can hear. Withhold own number (CLIR) Stops your personal phone number being transferred.
Index Index Power supply cord ....USB cable ....Accessories .
Index Internal Calls ......D channel ..... Numbers .
Index Pre-dialling Wall mounting (base) ....... Questions and Answers ... Radio reception .