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  • Page 1 LG-Nortel GDC-400 User manual...
  • Page 2 DECT key system of local sale. Also it illustrates the specifications of the terminal and its accessories. The wireless terminal, GDC-400H (GAP), is designed and manufactured for interface with ipLDK series DECT key system and LG- Nortel doesn’t guarantee inter-operability between any other GAP system and GDC-400H...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents 1. UNPACKING ................16 2. PHONE OVERVIEW..............17 2.1 F ............17 RONT AND IEW OF ANDSET 2.2 D ................. 18 ESCRIPTION OF UTTON 2.3 LCD D ..................20 ISPLAY 2.4 M ................... 21 ESSAGE ISPLAY 2.5 F .............
  • Page 4 Table of Contents 4.8 G DTMF F ................31 O TO UNCTION 4.9 A ..............31 DJUST ARPIECE OLUME 4.10 M ................32 ICROPHONE UTING 4.11 A ............... 32 DJUST INGER OLUME 4.12 H ............32 ANDSET OWER OWER OFF 5.
  • Page 5 Table of Contents 6.5.9 Edit Co Code ...................46 6.5.10 Missed Call Mode ................46 6.5.11 Range Out beep ................46 6.5.12 Clock Display.................46 6.6 D .................... 46 IRECT 7. KEY SYSTEM FUNCTIONS ........... 47 7.1 C ....................47 7.1.1 Call Park ..................47 7.1.2 Retrieving a parked call ..............47 7.1.3 Parking Location Number ..............47 7.2 C...
  • Page 6 Table of Contents 7.13 A ......... 53 NSWERING A AIT WITH OICE 7.14 W ..................54 7.14.1 To Register Wake-up Call ..............54 7.14.2 To Register Wake-up Time ............54 7.14.3 To Cancel Wake-up Call ..............54 7.15 S ..................... 54 7.16 P ....................
  • Page 8 Important Safety Information...
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  • Page 14: Unpacking

    1.Unpacking 1. Unpacking At first, make sure that you have all the parts shown below. 1. Handset 2. Base Unit 3. AC Adapter 4. Battery 2ea 5. User’s Manual 6. Belt Clip Warning This equipment is not designed for making emergency calls when the power fails. Make alternative arrangements for access to emergency services.
  • Page 15: Phone Overview

    2.Phone Overview 2. Phone Overview Descriptions of the important phone components. 2.1 Front and Back View of Handset 1. Earpiece 9. LCD(Liquid Crystal Display) 2. Ring LED 10. Up/Down Button 3. Left Soft Button 11. Right Soft Button 4. Left Button 12.
  • Page 16: Description Of Button

    2.Phone Overview 2.2 Description of Button Button Function [TALK] Try to make a call Redial number saved in handset. [END/POWER] Pressing longer than 1 second : Power Off Pressing shorter than 1 second :Leave a call back or a message Pressing shorter than 1 second: Ignore an call during incoming.
  • Page 17 2.Phone Overview Button Function [CALL BACK] Pressing shorter than 1 second : Leave a call back or a message [UP/DOWN] Talking Mode : Up / Down the level of Rx volume, Call by name, CLIP Standby Mode : In Menu: Navigate and select among function items in a menu or submenu.
  • Page 18: Lcd Display

    2.Phone Overview 2.3 LCD Display The LCD of GDC-400H GAP has 128 x 128 pixels that are capable to display 10 icons and 7 lines x 18 characters per line. The LCD shows different wireless states and displays visual feedback for the actions performed by user. Icon Description [Antenna Icon...
  • Page 19: Message Display

    2.Phone Overview 2.4 Message Display Message area from System Local Message area of Phone Message Description Display Duration STA xxxx Station number Standby Mode CALL FROM When a call is received from During ringing and until cutting STA xxxx intercom, it indicates a call paging off a Call from station xxx CALL TO...
  • Page 20: Front And Back View Of Base Unit

    2.Phone Overview 2.5 Front and Back View of Base Unit 1 Charging terminal 2 Charge / In use lamp Keep the charging terminal Illuminates when the handset is clean; Use cotton swab to on the base. Blinking when the phone is in use. remove stain from the terminal.
  • Page 21: Setting Up

    When you replace the battery, press the latch on the cover and slide down to open. After then replace the new battery. You can purchase new battery in LG-Nortel SVC Center. 3.2 Put the Beltclip into Handset Note You can hang the handset on your belt or pocket using the beltclip.
  • Page 22: Connecting The Charger

    3.Setting Up 3.3 Connecting the Charger Warning Use only the mains power adaptor supplied. Any other adaptor could 1. Adapter damage your GDC-400H and invalid your warranty 2. To AC OUTLET 3.4 Charging the Handset Please charge the battery for about 12 hours before initial use. The battery charge level is shown at the top right of the LCD screen.
  • Page 23: Wireless Terminal (Gdc-400H)

    3.Setting Up 3.5 Wireless Terminal (GDC-400H) Rubber lid for ear-microphone ♣ A general ear-microphone can be used. Warning Do not insert any external substance except ear-microphone for GDC-400H in the hole. Inserting anything except for ear-microphone provided by general maker may cause severe damage to the terminal.
  • Page 24: Basic Functions

    4.BASIC FUNCTIONS 4. BASIC FUNCTIONS 4.1 Making a Call To make a call by entering numbers on your keypad. 4.1.1 Making a External Call Press button. “ ” and “EXT” symbol are displayed and you can hear the dial tone. Enter the dialing number.
  • Page 25: Dialing From Phonebook

    4.BASIC FUNCTIONS 4.2.4 Dialing from Phonebook You can dial the dialing number from Phone book (60 locations). Press the Names ( ) button. Select Find in the Phonebook menu. Search the desired name by the name searching method. Press the OK ( ) button, then “Enter Name: “...
  • Page 26: Post Dial

    4.BASIC FUNCTIONS 4.3.2 Post Dial ipLDK-24/100 → CO Line Access Code (9, 8+XX or 88+XX) → Phone number → Connection ; (XX means CO line number). ipLDK-300/300E → CO Line Access Code (9,8+XX or 88+XXX) → Phone number →Connection ; (XX means CO Group Number, XXX means CO line number).
  • Page 27: Answering A Call

    4.BASIC FUNCTIONS 4.4 Answering a Call Receive a phone call using the handset. When the phone is ringing, the “EXT” or “INT” symbol related to the incoming call flashes. In the LCD Message area from system, message from system is displayed. At the same time, in the Local message area, name and CID is displayed.
  • Page 28: Screened Transfer

    4.BASIC FUNCTIONS 4.5.1 Screened Transfer When the called station answers, inform the transfer. Press END ( ) button to complete the transfer. 4.5.2 Unscreened Transfer When the called station begins to ring, Press END ( ) button to complete the transfer after ring back tone is heard. Then, a message is displayed on the LCD of the called station.
  • Page 29: Flash

    4.BASIC FUNCTIONS 4.7 Flash During conversation (through CO line or intercom), releasing current call and entering dialing mode can be done at once by Flash. The FLASH button is also used to transfer a CO line call through a PABX. If you are talking with intercom line, press FLASH ( ) button to release a call.
  • Page 30: Microphone Muting

    4.BASIC FUNCTIONS 4.10 Microphone Muting During a call, you can mute the microphone. Press the Option ( ) button during a call. The handset displays Call Options menu. Select Mute in the Call Options menu and press the OK ( ) button.
  • Page 31: Phonebook

    5.Phonebook 5. Phonebook In the Off-Hook Mode (reference 5.1 Phonebook Menu) While talking, press Option ( ) button and select Phone Book in Call Options menu. In the On-Hook Mode Press Names ( ) button (reference 5.1 Phonebook Menu) Press the DOWN( ) button (reference 5.2 Find Phonebook Direct Menu) 5.1 Phonebook Menu There are 4 sub menu.
  • Page 32: Modify

    5.Phonebook 5.1.3 Modify Search directory to modify (reference 5.1.1 Find). Modify name and number, to use or cancel CO access code or saved position. English Mode Number to Repeat < > & Italian Mode Number to Repeat < > á è...
  • Page 33 5.Phonebook Spanish Mode Number to Repeat < > á à é è í ì Ç ñ ó ò ú ù € & Russian Mode Number to Repeat < > α σ в г Α Б В Г д е ё ж...
  • Page 34: Delete

    5.Phonebook 5.1.4 Delete Delete One Search directory to delete (reference 5.1.1 Find). Press Delete ( ) button to delete selected phonebook. Delete All All Phone Book directories will be deleted. 5.2 Find Phonebook Direct menu Press DOWN ( ) button.
  • Page 35: Programming Features

    6.Programming Features 6. Programming Features To enter the programming features menu, the user has to press the Menu ( ) button during Idle Mode or during Not Subscribed Mode. During a call, either internal or external, no access to the programming feature is possible. The following list shows the programming features menu structures.
  • Page 36: Received Call

    6.Programming Features Delete The user can delete call. In Option mode, select Delete menu press the OK ( ) button. Press the OK ( ) button to delete the selected number. Selected number is deleted and goes back to the previous menu. Call The user can make a call with the selected number.
  • Page 37: Image & Sound

    6.Programming Features Missed Calls The user can delete all Missed Calls. In Option mode, select Missed Calls menu press the OK ( ) button. Press the OK ( ) button to delete all Missed Calls. All Missed Calls are deleted and goes back to the previous menu. Received Calls The user can delete all Received Calls.
  • Page 38: Phone Register

    6.Programming Features Ringing Type You can hear melodies.(9 melodies) You can choose Ring by pressing the ) button. LEFT/RIGHT( You can set as External/ Internal Ring by pressing the SET ( ) button. Volume 9 volumes. You can choose volume by pressing the LEFT/RIGHT( ) button.
  • Page 39: Base Choice

    6.Programming Features 6.3.2 Base Choice The wireless terminal, GDC-400H(GAP), can be subscribed to up to 4 GAP systems. However, the wireless terminal can’t use all systems at the same time. Only one system selected by a user is available for using the wireless terminal. This function is to select system that a user wants to use.
  • Page 40: Appointment

    6.Programming Features Reset Settings Select Reset menu and press OK ( ) button. “HS PIN : ” is displayed. Input “HS PIN” and press OK ( ) button to move into Reset submenus. Select Settings menu and press OK ( ) button.
  • Page 41: Modify Text

    6.Programming Features 6.4.2 Modify Text Select Modify Text and press the OK ( ) button. And then you can modify the text. If you finish modifying text, press the OK ( ) button. 6.4.3 Delete Select Delete and press the OK ( ) button.
  • Page 42: Phone Settings

    6.Programming Features 6.5 Phone Settings There are 9 menus in this menu. Clock Alarm clock Keypad Tones Display Language Silent Mode Keypad Lock S/W Version Edit CO Code Missed Call Mode RangeOut beep You can enter the desired menu by pressing the OK ( ) button.
  • Page 43: Language

    6.Programming Features Dialing color When you set this function each number is displayed on screen with a different color. If you want to change the contrast, select Contrast Set and press the OK ( ) button. And then change the contrast with the LEFT/RIGHT( ) buttons, and press the OK ) button.
  • Page 44: S/W Version

    6.Programming Features 6.5.8 S/W Version Selecting this sub-menu displays current software version on the LCD. 6.5.9 Edit Co Code A user can edit 4 CO access codes for each system. This means CODE-1 is for Base 1, CODE-2 is for Base 2 and CODE-4 is for Base 4. It is used when you select CO code to “yes”...
  • Page 45: Key System Functions

    7.Key System Functions 7. Key System Functions 7.1 Call Park A user can park using intercom call or CO line to CO line parking location. 7.1.1 Call Park While connected to an outside call; Press TRANS ( ) button shorter than 1 second. Dial a parking location.
  • Page 46: Answering A Message Waiting Indication

    7.Key System Functions 7.3 Answering a Message Waiting Indication If a message is displayed on the LCD, it indicates that a message is left to you. The first left message will be answered at first. Press TALK ( ) button. Press CALL BACK ( ) button.
  • Page 47: Using Station Speed Bin Numbers

    7.Key System Functions Press SPEED ( ) button shorter than 1second. Dial speed bin number. (ipLDK-24/100/300/300E: 000~099) (Only available speed bin is displayed on the LCD. And only one speed bin number is displayed at every time using this function.) Dial a phone number to be stored.
  • Page 48: System Redial

    7.Key System Functions 7.6 System Redial 7.6.1 To Redial Saved Number Press TALK ( ) button. Press SPEED ( ) button shorter than 1 second. Press . Caution This feature doesn’t work at the intercom call. 7.6.2 To Redial Last Number The last dialed number to outside lines is saved automatically.
  • Page 49: Call Forward

    7.Key System Functions 7.7 Call Forward When a user can’t receive calls, a user can forward all user’s calls to another subscriber’s station. Press TALK ( ) button. Press Press the call forward type: Call Forward Type Call Forward Condition Call Forward Destination Follow me Station No.
  • Page 50: Authorization Code

    7.Key System Functions 7.9 Authorization Code 7.9.1 To Register Access Authorization Code To prevent unauthorized outside call (DISA access or Trunk Access), a user can lock/unlock a station with an access authorization code. Press TALK ( ) button. Press PROGRAM ( ) button longer than 1 second and press Dial the station’s 5-digit Access Authorization code.
  • Page 51: Restoring Outside Calls

    7.Key System Functions 7.10.2 Restoring Outside Calls Press TALK ( ) button. Press PROGRAM ( ) button longer than 1 second and press Dial the current Access Authorization code. Press PROGRAM ( ) button longer than 1 second (Confirmation tone will be heard). Note An access authorization code should be registered.
  • Page 52: Wake-Up Call

    7.Key System Functions 7.14 Wake-up Call 7.14.1 To Register Wake-up Call The system automatically sends ring signal to a station that already registered a wake-up time. Two kinds of wake-up call exist; effective for one-day or effective until canceled. 7.14.2 To Register Wake-up Time Press TALK ( ) button.
  • Page 53: Paging

    7.Key System Functions 7.16 Paging 7.16.1 To page Press TALK ( ) button. Dial page zone. (See the below table. Confirmation tone will be heard.) After the tone, speak in a normal tone of voice. Press TALK ( ) button. Page Zone ipLDK-24 ipLDK-100...
  • Page 54: Station Program Recovery

    7.Key System Functions 7.18 Station Program Recovery This function is to recover the previously programmed data. It will be certified by LCD display. The followings are programmed data to be recovered. Station number. Idle LCD message. Message icon. FORWARD message format. DND message format.
  • Page 55: Programming User Custom Message

    7.Key System Functions 7.20 Programming User Custom Message A user may program a custom message to be displayed on the LCD of calling terminal. Press TALK ( ) button. Press PROGRAM ( ) button longer than 1 second. Press (Confirmation tone will be heard.) Enter the message.
  • Page 56: To Delete The Greeting

    7.Key System Functions 7.21.5 To delete the greeting Press TALK ( ) button. Press PROGRAM ( ) button longer than 1 second. Press 7.21.6 To record a paging message Press TALK ( ) button. Press PROGRAM ( ) button longer than 1 second. Press Press # to start recording.
  • Page 57: Dect Functions

    8. DECT Functions 8. DECT Functions 8.1 MOBILITY MANAGEMENT FUNCTION 8.1.1 Hand-Over Once a call has been made, it is still necessary to change physical channels without release of the call. Frequency band or time slot can be changed due to quality degradation or interference, the associated base stations can be changed due to the mobility of a user in a multi-cell environment.
  • Page 58: Installation Of Wireless Terminal

    9. Installation of Wireless Terminal 9. Installation of Wireless Terminal A user should do subscription procedure to use a wireless terminal with key system. The procedure is an auto mode subscription. A user has to get only AC from the system before subscription processing.
  • Page 59: Subscription

    9. Installation of Wireless Terminal 9.2 Subscription This procedure is for subscribing the wireless terminal to ipLDK-24/100/300/300E WOTS system. To subscribe GDC-400H, you should follow two steps. The First step is making the system be in subscription enabled state. While the system is in subscription enabled state, you should second step.
  • Page 60 9. Installation of Wireless Terminal At the Wireless Terminal Menu ( ) + Select Phone Register menu + Select Subscription + Select empty BASE + AC code + OK ( Press Menu ( ) button. Main Menu is displayed on the LCD. Select Phone Register menu by pressing Navigation ( ) button and OK ( button.
  • Page 61: De-Subscription I

    9. Installation of Wireless Terminal 9.3 De-subscription I De-subscription makes a wireless terminal loose access right to the ipLDK-24/100/300/300E WOTS. To de-subscribe the wireless terminal, it should be in an idle state. To De-subscribe At the Attendant Station + 0# + Flex.
  • Page 62: D E - Subscription Ii

    9. Installation of Wireless Terminal 9.4 De-subscription II There is another way to de-subscribe locally. The subscription data of the phone (stored in MPB and WTIB or the wireless terminal) should be erased separately at both sides by 9.3 de- subscription Ⅰ...
  • Page 63: Authentication

    9. Installation of Wireless Terminal 9.5 Authentication The process by which the identity of a user of the wireless terminal is checked by the system. The User Personal Identification (UPI), manually entered by a user, is used for user authentication. To Authenticate a User At the Attendant Station + 0 # +...
  • Page 64: Useful Information

    10. Useful Information 10. Useful Information 10.1 System Specification Standard DECT/GAP Frequency band 1880~1900MHz Typical distance from a base station to a wireless terminal 70meters Items 2. Max. Cell Number 1. Board Name 3. Channels/Cell System (Base Station Num.) Name WTIB ipLDK-24 WTIBE...
  • Page 65: Hand - Held Type

    10. Useful Information 10.2 Hand-held Type Wireless Terminal (GDC-400H) Specification Item Spec 133mm ×44mm ×20mm(H ×W ×D) Size: Weight: Color: Warm gray Maximum power: 250mW Modulation method: GFSK Battery 15 hours Talking Mode: 150 hours Standby Mode: DC 2.4V/920mAh (NiMH) Type: Programmable Ring Type: Internal, External ring: each 9 kind...
  • Page 66: Troubleshooting Guide

    11. Troubleshooting Guide 11. Troubleshooting Guide Problem Reason Solution Check the battery then, press LCD is empty. No power the POWER button. “NO CHANNEL” is displayed Wait until a free channel is No free channel when pressing TALK button. released. While connected to a call, Small Voice Small voice level...
  • Page 67 11. Troubleshooting Guide Problem Reason Solution Do desubscribe locally in both When pressing TALK button, sides, Subscription Phone icon ( ) is blinking the system and the terminal and Disagreement several times and disappeared. subscribe the terminal in the system again. 1.
  • Page 68: Appendix A. User Menu Tree

    Appendix Appendix A. USER MENU TREE 1_4_1 Missed Calls 1_1 Missed Call 1. Call Register 1_4_2 Received Calls 1_2 Received Call 1_4_3 Dialed Calls 1_3 Dialed Call 1_4_4 All Calls 1_4 Delete Call Tone 1 ~ 9 2_2_1_1 Ringing Type 2_1_1 Wallpaper 1 Volume 1 ~ 9 2_2_1_2 Volume...
  • Page 69: Appendix B. Function Short-Key Table

    Appendix Appendix B. Function Short-Key Table Function Short-Key Table related to Key System Call Service * ipLDK-24/100/300/300E FEATURE INPUT KEY Call Transfer (During a call) [TRANS] + STA # + END( ) + STA # + (if busy tone is heard) Call Waiting/Camp On TALK( ) + STA # + [CALL BACK]...
  • Page 70 Appendix FEATURE INPUT KEY Delete Greeting ) + [PROGRAM] + 6 + 6 TALK( Delete Paging Message ) + [PROGRAM] + 6 + 7 TALK( Universal Night Answer ) + 5 + 6 + 9 TALK( )+8+digit(ipLDK-300/300E : 01~72. ipLDK-100 :01~24, TALK( CO Line Access ipLDK-24: 01~08)
  • Page 71: Appendix C. The Lcd Messages Related To A Call

    Appendix Appendix C. The LCD Messages Related To a Call The followings describe messages displayed on the LCD of an attendant station and the wireless terminal in Talking Mode. At the DKTU 1. NO RESPONSE Description: After key system requests a call to the wireless terminal, if there is no response from the wireless terminal, this message is displayed on the LCD of DKTU.
  • Page 72 Appendix At the Wireless Terminal 1. NO CHANNEL Description: There is not enough system resource. If the message is displayed frequently on the LCD of DKTU, the system should be installed more. There is no available RF channel. ① ② There is no available PCM Hi-way;...