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Wireless devices can cause interference in aircraft. DO NOT USE NEAR FUEL OR CHEMICALS Do not install the Nokia 32 terminal at a refuelling point. Do not install near fuel or chemicals. DO NOT USE NEAR BLASTING Do not install the Nokia 32 terminal where blasting is in progress. Observe restrictions, and follow any regulations and rules.
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Nokia 32 terminal works as a substitute for a fixed telephone line. With the Nokia 32 terminal it is possible to make data calls using a compatible PC. The Nokia 32 terminal works as a GSM modem, allowing the user to browse the Internet and send PC faxes, for example.
The Nokia 32 terminal supports different kinds of network features, such as GSM supplementary services, High Speed Circuit Switched Data, and GPRS. For information about various GSM network services, contact your network service provider. For more information and downloadable files, contact www.nokia.com.
■ Installation conditions Do not install the Nokia 32 terminal very close to a metal ceiling. This can be done under some circumstances, however, if an external antenna is used. The environmental temperature should range between -10ºC and +55ºC and the humidity between 20% and 75%.
3. Setting up the Nokia 32 terminal If you use Nokia 32 Configurator software, refer to the instructions supplied with the software. To use the Nokia 32 terminal for the first time: 1 Insert the SIM card. Keep all miniature SIM cards out of the reach of small children.
Note: The distance between the telephone or a PBX and the Nokia 32 terminal should not be less than 1 meter. The distance from one Nokia 32 terminal to another should be greater than 30 cm. In case of interference, try increasing the distance.
The use of any other power supply may cause damage to the terminal. 6 Use the telephone connected to the Nokia 32 terminal to enter the PIN code, if your SIM card requires it: when light indicator 2 blinks red, lift the receiver.
An analog trunk interface of a PBX, or an analog telephone set can be installed to the trunk connector of the Nokia 32 terminal. The extension connector of the Nokia 32 terminal is used for connecting the terminal to an extension line of a PBX. This section describes the mandatory settings needed when connecting the Nokia 32 terminal to a PBX trunk interface.
Connect pin 1 to the ground if the mains voltage might be a source of interference. 1 Disconnect the power supply of the Nokia 32 terminal from the AC wall outlet. 2 Connect the Nokia 32 terminal to the PBX trunk line using an RJ-11 cable.
PBX. Making an incoming test call Make a call to the GSM number of the SIM card inserted into the Nokia 32 terminal. The Nokia 32 terminal routes the call to the switching centre and sends a ringing tone to the PBX trunk line. The switching centre then answers and routes the call.
The line impedance of the Nokia 32 terminal is 600 Ù and the maximum line current is 120 mA. 1 Disconnect the power supply of the Nokia 32 terminal from the AC wall outlet. 2 Connect the Nokia 32 terminal to the PBX extension line using an RJ-11 cable.
The PBX notifies the Nokia 32 terminal that the call is disconnected by providing either a busy tone or a silence to the Nokia 32 terminal. To clear the call to the GSM network, the Nokia 32 terminal must be set to monitor either one of those.
Setting up the busy tone monitoring When the Nokia 32 terminal is used in the extension mode with a PBX, the busy tone must be monitored on the PBX. Tone monitoring is needed because the PBX emits the tone when the hook-on transition occurs in the extension line.
The Nokia 32 terminal answers the call. After that, you hear a dial tone, provided that the Nokia 32 terminal has been set to emit a dial tone, and you can dial the desired number. The Nokia 32 terminal connects the call.
Outgoing call on the extension line, mode B 1 Key in the number of the extension where the Nokia 32 terminal is connected. 2 The Nokia 32 terminal answers the call and provides silence. 3 Key in the recipient’s number. The Nokia 32 terminal establishes the call.
The Nokia 32 terminal supports connection to Group 3 analog fax machines. The fax machine is connected to the RJ11 trunk connector of the Nokia 32 terminal with a 2-wire connection. Note: The fax functionality must be activated on your SIM card before you can send or receive faxes.
If the Nokia 32 terminal does not receive information about the incoming call type from the GSM network, dial *01#* to force the Nokia 32 terminal to receive the next incoming call as a fax call. This temporary setting is deactivated by receiving a fax or by dialling #01#*.
To force the Nokia 32 terminal to handle all calls as analog fax calls, select the Permanent fax mode in Nokia 32 Configurator. To disable the Permanent fax mode, select either PC fax or Analog fax mode. In the Permanent fax mode, it is not necessary to use the *01* prefix when sending an analog fax.
Table 1. Start-up light indicators LED 1 LED 2 LED 3 Description Power is off Green scan Green scan Green scan Power is on. The Nokia 32 terminal is attempting to connect to the network Red blink Enter the PIN code Red blink...
7. Tone indicators The following tones indicate the state of the Nokia 32 terminal when a telephone is used to change the settings of the Nokia 32 terminal or to check whether the Nokia 32 terminal has received new SMS messages.
Configurator is a special tool for the configuration of the terminal. Detailed instructions about using Nokia 32 Configurator is supplied with the software. Most of the Nokia 32 terminal settings can be configured with a normal DTMF telephone. ■ Basic settings The basic settings include PIN and PUK code input, speaker volume control, and activation of the Intensity of Field (IOF) feature.
1 Key in **####**. 2 The terminal prompts for an access code. The default code is 1234. You can change the code with Nokia 32 Configurator. To enter the access code, key in AccessCode#. 3 Configure the settings with a normal DTMF telephone. The table below lists the available settings.
These features are network services provided by wireless network service providers. These services differ from one network and country to another. For details, check with the local network service provider. The Nokia 32 terminal supports the GSM Phase 2+ Supplementary Services: •...
The GPRS mobile station class of the Nokia 32 terminal is class B. This means that both GPRS connections and circuit switched connections are possible, although it must be defined which one is used each time.
The Charge Advice Information (CAI) feature indicates the cost of the most recent calls and the total of calls in an external tariff pulse counter or display. The Nokia 32 terminal converts GSM's standard Advice of Charge (AoC) information to Charge Advice Information (CAI) tariff pulse (12/16 kHz) information, in which case an external tariff counter or display can be used.
The Nokia 32 terminal supports the AutoPIN security feature. The PIN code is saved in the memory of the Nokia 32 terminal when the code is entered for the first time or when the code is changed. In addition, the AutoPIN feature enables device recovery after occasional power cuts without on-site intervention.
The user does not have to know the PIN code. However, other SIM cards can be used with the Nokia 32 terminal. The AutoPIN feature can be deactivated using Nokia 32 Configurator software. The default is that the AutoPIN feature is active.
10. Nokia 32 terminal’s accessories For availability of approved accessories, please check with your dealer. • Power supply (ACW-5): supplied with the Nokia 32 terminal. Check the model number of any charger before use with this device. This device is intended for use when supplied with power from ACW-5.
Questions) at www.nokia.com. ■ First things to check 1 If a telephone is connected to the Nokia 32 terminal, check that it is connected to the trunk connector and that the connection is firm. 2 Check that the power supply is firmly connected to the Nokia 32 terminal and to an AC outlet.
■ Noise is heard during a call The Nokia 32 terminal may be too close to a telephone or another electronic device. Place the Nokia 32 terminal and the devices possibly interfering with the Nokia 32 terminal further apart from each other.
Check that light indicator 2 is lit. Check also that the extension line is connected to the extension connector. Restart the Nokia 32 terminal and make sure that before powering up the Nokia 32 terminal, it is properly connected to the extension line.
70 g + cables Volume <110 cm3 Antenna The Nokia 32 terminal has an integrated antenna. The use of an external antenna is supported with the XRM-1 antenna adapter. RS-232 A D9 female connector for standard level RS-232 is available. It supports AT commands (ITU-T V.