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Important Cordless Telephone Installation Information
DS1000/2000 900 MHz Cordless Telephone Installation Tips
The cordless telephone base unit plugs into a digital station port.
For best results, the base unit should be placed in line-of-site with its handset.
Cordless telephone range and reception can vary from site to site. Some of the things that
may adversely affect range and reception are:
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Placing the base against or close to a wall (particularly if the wall has metal studs).
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Positioning the base close to a device that emits Electromagnetic Interference (EMI),
such as a TV, radio, computer, fluorescent light, fax machine, or printer.
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Installing the base close to other 900 Mhz devices, such as Symbol or Telex hand-held
inventory devices.
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Installing the base above a ceiling that uses foil-backed insulation.
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Installing the base behind a door which can be closed, tinted windows, or one-way glass
which will separate the base from the handset.
Always raise the base unit antenna to its full vertical position.
When installing more than one cordless telephone in the same site:
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Be sure the base units are at least 15 feet apart.
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Do not install more than 12 cordless telephones in an area of close proximity.
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After installation, change each telephone's channel by pressing CH on the handset. This will
minimize interference between your cordless telephones. There are 30 available channels.
The handset must charge 5-8 hours in its charger prior to initial use.
The Nickel Metal Hydride Rechargeable Battery Pack is recyclable. If you replace a battery
pack, always dispose of the old pack along with your other recyclable materials.
– Please Read –
Cordless Telephone
User Guide
(03.14.00)

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    – Please Read – Important Cordless Telephone Installation Information DS1000/2000 900 MHz Cordless Telephone Installation Tips • The cordless telephone base unit plugs into a digital station port. • For best results, the base unit should be placed in line-of-site with its handset.

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    This manual has been developed by NEC Unified Solutions, Inc. It is intended for the use of its customers and service personnel, and should be read in its entirety before attempting to install or program the system. Any comments or suggestions for improving this manual would be appreciated.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    DS1000/2000 900 Mhz Cordless Telephone........1...

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    Cordless Telephone Feature Summary ........39 2 ◆ Table of Contents DS1000/2000 Cordless Telephone User Guide...

  • Page 5: Chapter 1: Installation

    DS1000/2000 900 Mhz Cordless Telephone Overview The DS1000/2000 900 Mhz Cordless Telephone (P/N 80683)is a 900 Mhz digital nar- row band FM cordless telephone that provides mobility, flexibility and convenience for those who spend much of the workday away from their desk. Fully integrated with the DS1000/2000 system, DS1000/2000 900 Mhz Cordless Telephone offers many standard features such as Call Forwarding, Call Coverage, Hotline, and Voice Mail.

  • Page 6: The Basics

    ■ Press TALK or place the handset in the charger. Changing Channels If the installation site has more than one DS1000/2000 900 Mhz Cordless Telephone, set up each telephone to operate on its own channel. ■ While on a call, press CH .

  • Page 7: Using Your Handset

    Line keys 1-4 by default ● means your handset is setting up a Can optionally be ● connection programmed for with the base other features Figure 1: Using Your Handset Chapter 1: Installation ◆ 3 DS1000/2000 Cordless Telephone User Guide...

  • Page 8: Installation

    Installing the Base Connecting the Base To connect the base to the DS1000/2000 system (Figure 2: Installing the Base) : Be sure to review Guidelines for Placing the Base, Figure 3: Correct Installation Methods, and Figure 4: Incorrect Installation Methods prior to connecting the base unit to the system.

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    One-Pair Cross Connect (To digital keyset port) Digital Keyset Jack WHT-BLU BLU-WHT Cross Station Connect Block Block AC Adaptor Line Line in Figure 2: Installing the Base Chapter 1: Installation ◆ 5 DS1000/2000 Cordless Telephone User Guide...

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    Too close to another device that emits EMI Too close to other 900 Mhz devices Behind a door that can be closed, tinted windows or one way glass Figure 4: Incorrect Installation Methods 6 ◆ Chapter 1: Installation DS1000/2000 Cordless Telephone User Guide...

  • Page 11: Wall-mounting The Base

    - If you did not tighten the fasteners, you can slide the base off the wall before going to the next step. Unplug the line cord and AC adaptor cord from the base. Press the mounting tabs to release the wall-mount bracket from the base. Chapter 1: Installation ◆ 7 DS1000/2000 Cordless Telephone User Guide...

  • Page 12: Mounting The Base To A Wall Plate

    Unplug the short line cord from the wall plate. Unplug the short line cord and AC adaptor cord from the base. Press the mounting tabs to release the wall-mount bracket from the base. 8 ◆ Chapter 1: Installation DS1000/2000 Cordless Telephone User Guide...

  • Page 13: Installing The Battery

    Slide the battery cover back onto the handset until it snaps into place. White wire After inserting jack, turn battery to fit into battery compartment wire Black wire Figure 7: Installing the Handset Battery Chapter 1: Installation ◆ 9 DS1000/2000 Cordless Telephone User Guide...

  • Page 14: Charging The Handset

    To clean the battery charger contacts (Figure 9: Cleaning the Battery Charger Contacts): ● Use a pencil eraser or soft cloth to periodically (once a month) clean the battery contacts. Figure 9: Cleaning the Battery Charger Contacts 10 ◆ Chapter 1: Installation DS1000/2000 Cordless Telephone User Guide...

  • Page 15: Wall-mounting The Charger

    Run the AC adaptor cord through the strain relief on the back of the charger, then plug the cord into the charger. Snap the charger onto the wall-mount bracket. Plug the AC adaptor into the AC outlet. 1-3/16" Wall Wall Figure 10: Wall-Mounting the Charger Chapter 1: Installation ◆ 11 DS1000/2000 Cordless Telephone User Guide...

  • Page 16: Using The Belt Clip

    To remove the belt clip (Figure 12: Removing the Belt Clip): ■ Gently pry the belt clip prongs out of the slots in the handset. Pry prongs up from slots Figure 12: Removing the Belt Clip 12 ◆ Chapter 1: Installation DS1000/2000 Cordless Telephone User Guide...

  • Page 17: Using The Earloop Style Headset With Your Cordless Telephone

    - Installation for the right ear is shown. For the left ear, hook the earloop on the opposite side of the headset and reverse the microphone boom. Snap into place Ear loop Figure 14: Installing the Ear Loop Chapter 1: Installation ◆ 13 DS1000/2000 Cordless Telephone User Guide...

  • Page 18: Ear Cushion Installation

    To install the ear cushion (Figure 15: Installing the Ear Cushion): ■ Pull the ear cushion over the earpiece. Ear cushion Pull over earpiece Figure 15: Installing the Ear Cushion 14 ◆ Chapter 1: Installation DS1000/2000 Cordless Telephone User Guide...

  • Page 19: Connecting The Headset And Using The Controls

    Microphone mute Microphone Microphone muted Microphone volume Headset receive vloume Less More volume Minimum Maximum volume volume volume Belt/lapel clip Figure 16: Connecting the Headset Chapter 1: Installation ◆ 15 DS1000/2000 Cordless Telephone User Guide...

  • Page 20: Using The Headband Style Headset With Your Cordless Telephone

    Figure 17: Headset P/N 750637 (Headband Style) Optional Earloop Installation To install the optional earloop: ■ Snap the head band out of the ear piece. Figure 18: Installing the Optional Earloop 16 ◆ Chapter 1: Installation DS1000/2000 Cordless Telephone User Guide...

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    Insert the earloop into the earloop ring. (Installation for the right ear is shown. For the left ear, insert the earloop from underneath the earloop ring.) Figure 21: Inserting the Earloop into the Earloop Ring Chapter 1: Installation ◆ 17 DS1000/2000 Cordless Telephone User Guide...

  • Page 22: Connecting The Headset And Using The Controls

    Clip the Belt/Lapel Clip to your belt or lapel to secure the headset cord. Microphone mute Microphone Microphone muted Microphone volume Headset receive vloume Less More volume Minimum Maximum volume volume volume Belt/lapel clip Figure 22: Connecting the Headset and Using the Controls 18 ◆ Chapter 1: Installation DS1000/2000 Cordless Telephone User Guide...

  • Page 23: Specifications And Parts

    3 1/4” W x 3 1/2” D x 2 1/16” H Size ......Approximately 2.3 oz. Weight Chapter 1: Installation ◆ 19 DS1000/2000 Cordless Telephone User Guide...

  • Page 24: Parts And Accessories

    ....3 ring tones (two volume levels each) and vibrate Distinctive Ringing The DS1000/2000 Cordless Telephone is hearing-aid compatible. Parts and Accessories DS1000/2000 Cordless Telephone Parts and Accessories...

  • Page 25: Chapter 2: Features

    In DND for intercom calls (option 2) or all calls (option 3) Wink Off In DND for outside calls (option 1) To answer a call ringing or flashing a Call Coverage key: Press the flashing Call Coverage key. Chapter 2: Features ◆ 21 DS1000/2000 Cordless Telephone User Guide...

  • Page 26: Call Forwarding

    - If you hang up, the system converts your Camp-On to a Callback. When your co-worker becomes free, you hear ringback. Speak to your co-worker when they answer their waiting call. 22 ◆ Chapter 2: Features DS1000/2000 Cordless Telephone User Guide...

  • Page 27: Callback

    Dial the line number (e.g., 01 for line 1). To place an outside call using Direct Line Access): Press TALK Dial Dial the line number (e.g., 01 for line 1). Chapter 2: Features ◆ 23 DS1000/2000 Cordless Telephone User Guide...

  • Page 28: Conference

    Dial ** . Dial your co-worker’s extension number. - To pick up a call ringing an attendant, dial the attendant’s extension number (e.g., 300). Do not dial 0 or 01-04. 24 ◆ Chapter 2: Features DS1000/2000 Cordless Telephone User Guide...

  • Page 29: Distinctive Ringing

    To temporarily install or remove your extension from your UCD group: Press TALK Dial , then . . . Dial to return your extension to your group, or Dial to remove your extension from your group. Chapter 2: Features ◆ 25 DS1000/2000 Cordless Telephone User Guide...

  • Page 30: Forced Trunk Disconnect

    To place an Intercom call on Hold: Press HOLD . To pick up an outside call on Hold: Press the flashing line key. To pick up an Intercom call on Hold: Press TALK + HOLD . 26 ◆ Chapter 2: Features DS1000/2000 Cordless Telephone User Guide...

  • Page 31: Hotline

    To answer an Intercom call ringing your phone: Press TALK Last Number Redial Last Number Redial is enabled by default. To redial your last call: Press a line key + REDIAL Chapter 2: Features ◆ 27 DS1000/2000 Cordless Telephone User Guide...

  • Page 32: Meet Me Conference

    - Microphone Mute automatically cancels when you hang up. Monitor / Silent Monitor Monitor / Silent Monitor is disabled by default. To Monitor a call: Call busy co-worker + Dial 6 . 28 ◆ Chapter 2: Features DS1000/2000 Cordless Telephone User Guide...

  • Page 33: Night Service / Night Ring

    Press TALK to hang up. To retrieve a call parked at a co-worker’s extension: Press TALK + Dial and the number of the extension at which the call is parked. Chapter 2: Features ◆ 29 DS1000/2000 Cordless Telephone User Guide...

  • Page 34: Prime Line Preference

    04 + System Off: Park Orbit idle. Press key to Park or retrieve call. Orbit (60-69) On: Call parked in orbit by a co- worker Fast Flash: Has a call you parked. 30 ◆ Chapter 2: Features DS1000/2000 Cordless Telephone User Guide...

  • Page 35

    • While idle, press to call co- DND for Intercom calls (option worker. 2) or all calls (option 3). Wink Off: Covered extension in DND for outside calls (option 1) Chapter 2: Features ◆ 31 DS1000/2000 Cordless Telephone User Guide...

  • Page 36: Removing Lines And Extensions

    Dial the number of the extension you want to remove or return to service (e.g., 300). Dial the number of the trunk you want to remove or return to service (e.g., 101). Dial 4 to return or 6 to remove. 32 ◆ Chapter 2: Features DS1000/2000 Cordless Telephone User Guide...

  • Page 37: Reverse Voice Over

    To redial the saved number: Press your Save Programmable Function Key. - If the line you select is busy, you may be able to dial 2 to wait for the line to become free. Chapter 2: Features ◆ 33 DS1000/2000 Cordless Telephone User Guide...

  • Page 38: Speed Dial

    Press TRANSFER to place your current outside call on Hold. Press TALK to hang up. Place or answer new outside call. Press the Split key to switch between your two calls. 34 ◆ Chapter 2: Features DS1000/2000 Cordless Telephone User Guide...

  • Page 39: Tandem Trunking

    Do not hang up. Press TRANSFER + Dial your co-worker’s extension. Dial - To Transfer the call to your own mailbox, press your own Message Center key. Press TALK to hang up. Chapter 2: Features ◆ 35 DS1000/2000 Cordless Telephone User Guide...

  • Page 40: Trunk (line) Queuing And Callback

    Dial the Voice Mail master number (e.g., 700). Dial 2 to forward all calls; 8 to forward just outside calls. To Transfer your call to a co-worker’s mailbox: Do not hang up. 36 ◆ Chapter 2: Features DS1000/2000 Cordless Telephone User Guide...

  • Page 41: Voice Over

    - This adjusts the handset receiver volume, not the volume of your transmitted voice. - There are four volume levels: Low, Medium, High, and Maximum. - When you hang up, your handset retains the volume level you selected. Chapter 2: Features ◆ 37 DS1000/2000 Cordless Telephone User Guide...

  • Page 42: Walking Class Of Service

    Place any call or use any feature allowed by your Toll Restriction and Class of Service settings. - You can place additional calls. Walking Class of Service will automatically deactivate after 10 sec- onds. 38 ◆ Chapter 2: Features DS1000/2000 Cordless Telephone User Guide...

  • Page 43: Feature Summary

    Feature Summary Feature Summary Cordless Telephone Feature Summary (Page 1 of 3) DS1000/2000 Cordless Telephone Feature Summary Feature Available Default Comment Alphanumeric Display Enabled Handset feature Auto Redial Background Music Barge In Disabled Call Coverage Keys Disabled Call Forwarding Enabled...

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    Feature Summary (Page 2 of 3) DS1000/2000 Cordless Telephone Feature Summary Feature Available Default Comment Hold, Intercom Enabled Hold, System Enabled Hotline Disabled Interactive Soft Keys Last Number Redial Enabled Handset feature. Enhanced Last Number Redial not available. Meet Me Conference...

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    Feature Summary DS1000/2000 Cordless Telephone Feature Summary (Page 3 of 3) Feature Available Default Comment Voice Over Disabled Handset cannot receive a Voice Over. Volume and Contrast Control Enabled Volume control is a handset feature. Contrast Con- trol is not available.

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    Feature Summary 42 ◆ Chapter 2: Features DS1000/2000 Cordless Telephone User Guide...

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    NEC Unified Solutions, Inc. 4 Forest Parkway, Shelton, CT 06484 Tel: 800-365-1928 Fax: 203-926-5458 www.necunifiedsolutions.com Other Important Telephone Numbers Sales: ........203-926-5450 Customer Service: .

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    NEC Unified Solutions, Inc. 4 Forest Parkway, Shelton, CT 06484 TEL: 203-926-5400 FAX: 203-929-0535 June 21, 2004 *80683INS01* www.necunifiedsolutions.com Printed in U.S.A. 80683INS01...

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