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TD61-2472
WIRELESSIP5000 User's Manual
Hitachi Cable, Ltd.

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    TD61-2472 WIRELESSIP5000 User's Manual Hitachi Cable, Ltd.

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    ........................40 ASIC SETTINGS MENU 2.9.1 Ringer/vibration ..........................40 2.9.1.1 Distinctive Ringtones ........................41 2.9.1.2 Ringtones ............................41 2.9.1.3 Mode ............................42 2.9.1.4 LED.............................42 2.9.1.5 Volume adjustment ........................43 2.9.2 Caller ID............................44 2.9.3 Service LED ...........................44 2.9.4 Brightness adjustment ........................45 2.9.5 Security ............................46 Hitachi Cable -iii-i...

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    ARNING ABOUT EMERGENCY SERVICES 5.2. W ....................65 ARNING ABOUT EXPLOSIVE GAS 5.3. W ..........65 ARNING ABOUT THE IMPACT OF ELECTROMAGNETIC SIGNALS 5.4. W ..................65 ARNING ABOUT BATTERY HANDLING 5.5. B .........................65 ATTERY SAFETY ITEMS APPENDIX SPECIFICATIONS ......................66 Hitachi Cable -iii-ii...

  • Page 4: Names & Functions Of Device Parts

    User's Manual 1. Names & Functions of Device Parts Figure 1 shows side and front diagrams of the WIRELESSIP5000. Figure 1. WIRELESSIP5000 Appearance 1.1. Displayed icons Shows the reception signal strength. The more lines, the better the signal. Out of service area shows that the location is outside the service area or is an environment where the signals do not reach.

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    Press and hold down to switch the power On/Off Number pad (0-9, *, #): Inputs numbers and letters for dialing etc. 1 , … Also used for menu shortcuts. Standby *: Press and hold down to switch the courtesy mode. Hitachi Cable...

  • Page 6: Number Pad Input Table

    : # ; $ % & ‘ ( ) + < = > 1.2.1 Text input mode With the WIRELESSIP5000, you can use the number pad to input letters. On the input screen, you use the LeftSoft key to switch the input mode (uppercase/lowercase/special characters).

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    When hiragana syllabic letters are selected, after input you can convert to kanji ideograms with the keys. Press the key to confirm the character. To delete the input character, press the Clear key. Hitachi Cable...

  • Page 8: Application

    With the power On, if you hold down the End key for at least 1 second, a screen like that in the figure on the right is displayed and the power goes Off. Note! After you switch off the power, you can not switch it back on again for 3 seconds. Hitachi Cable...

  • Page 9: Call

    2.4. Receive Receiving a call. If a set telephone number is displayed on the screen, you can receive a call. Note! If the telephone number is not set correctly, "NotRegister" or "Network Fail" is displayed. Hitachi Cable...

  • Page 10: Contact List

    Press the LeftSoft key to select the menu item. The screen in the figure on the right (second line) is displayed. Either press the "1" on the number pad or select "1. Contact list" with the keys, then press the key. Hitachi Cable...

  • Page 11: New Registration

    2.5.1.2 Registration from contact list menu Registering information into the contact list from the new registration menu From the contact list menu, select "2. New". Hitachi Cable...

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    If you press the key without inputting a telephone number, the <Warning> message in the figure on the right is displayed. Hitachi Cable...

  • Page 13: Registration From Search Results

    Select the number you want to register, press the LeftSoft key to select the sub-menu, and select "1. Add". Input the information. Input the necessary information (name, kana syllabic letters for name pronunciation, telephone number, group, speed dialing number), then press to save this information. Hitachi Cable...

  • Page 14: Registration From A Call Log

    Select the number you want to register, press the LeftSoft key to select the sub-menu, and select "1. Save". Input the information. Input the necessary information (name, kana syllabic letters for name pronunciation, telephone number, group, speed dialing number), then press to save this information. Hitachi Cable...

  • Page 15: Registration From Im

    After selecting the message to register from, press the LeftSoft key to select the sub-menu, then select "1. Save". Input the information. Input the necessary information (name, kana syllabic letters for name pronunciation, telephone number, group, speed dialing number), then press to save this information. Hitachi Cable...

  • Page 16: Registration From Presence

    After selecting the user you wish to register, press the LeftSoft key to select the sub-menu, then select "1. Save". Input the information. Input the necessary information (name, kana syllabic letters for name pronunciation, telephone number, group, speed dialing number), then press to save this information. Hitachi Cable...

  • Page 17: Call From Contact List

    In this case, if you input "o", then press the key, both "Ogawa" and "Ootani" are displayed. If you select a name then press the key, detailed information is displayed. Press the Send key or the key to make the call. Hitachi Cable...

  • Page 18: Group Revision

    To add a group, press the LeftSoft key to select the sub-menu, then select "1. Add". The figure on the right shows the addition of a group named "WIP". To save the newly added group and return to the contact list menu, press the key. Hitachi Cable...

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    To change a group (name), select the group to change, then press the key. Edit according to Step 3. After this, when you press the key and save the new group name, the display returns to the contact list menu. Hitachi Cable...

  • Page 20: Erase One Item From Contact List

    Note! For Version 1.4.3, you can not delete through a search from "1. Speed dialing number" and "3. Telephone number". Select the telephone number to delete, then press the LeftSoft key to select the sub-menu, then select "3. Delete". Hitachi Cable...

  • Page 21: Erase All

    2.5.5 Erase all Deleting all the data in the contact list. From the contact list menu, select "4. Delete all". A confirmation message is displayed. With the keys, select either "Yes" or "No". Hitachi Cable...

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    The "Deletion complete" message is displayed immediately, then the display returns to the contact list menu. 2.6. IM Displays the mail menu. Press the LeftSoft key to select the menu item. Select "2. IM". * With some connection equipment, this is not possible. Hitachi Cable...

  • Page 23: Inbox

    If you do nothing with the display screen, the message is automatically scrolled vertically. You can also use the key to check a message manually. * The screen contents include the date, telephone number, and message contents. Hitachi Cable...

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    To edit a received message, select that message, press the LeftSoft key to select the sub-menu, then select "2. Edit". The screen becomes like the figure on the right, so with the keys move to the input column you want to edit and then edit it. Hitachi Cable...

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    To delete a message, select the message to delete, press the LeftSoft key to select the sub-menu, then select "3. Delete". The screen in the figure on the right (3rd line) is displayed. Select whether or not to delete with the keys, then press the to finalize the deletion. Hitachi Cable...

  • Page 26: New

    Input the message with the number keys and the LeftSoft key. Send the message with the RightSoft key.. The processing during sending is displayed as in the figure on the right. The "Message sent" message screen is immediately displayed. Hitachi Cable...

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    After the "Message sent" message screen is immediately displayed, a screen is displayed to confirm whether or not you want to save the message. To save the sent message, select "Yes" with the keys, then press the key… Hitachi Cable...

  • Page 28: Drafts

    If you do not press the key, the selected message is automatically scrolled horizontally to display the entire message. Alternatively, you can use the key to select the next message up or down. To check a message manually, use the keys. Hitachi Cable...

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    To edit a "draft" message, select that message, press the LeftSoft key to select the sub-menu, then select "2. Edit". The screen becomes as in the figure on the right, so with the keys, move to the input column you want to edit and edit it. Hitachi Cable...

  • Page 30: Outbox

    The screen in the figure on the right (3rd line) is displayed. Select whether or not to delete with the keys, then press the to finalize the deletion. 2.6.4 Outbox Displaying, editing, deleting, and re-sending of sent messages From the IM menu, select "4. Outbox". Hitachi Cable...

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    To edit a send message, select that message, press the LeftSoft key to select the sub-menu, then select "2. Edit". The screen becomes as in the figure on the right, so with the keys, move to the input column you want to edit and edit it. Hitachi Cable...

  • Page 32: Delete All

    The screen in the figure on the right (3rd line) is displayed. Select whether or not to delete with the keys, then press the to finalize the deletion. 2.6.5 Delete All Deleting all the messages from the Inbox, drafts, and Outbox. From the IM menu, select "5. Delete all". Hitachi Cable...

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    To delete them, select "Yes" with the keys, then press the key. When you select "Yes", the message deletion process starts. The "Deletion complete" message is displayed. Hitachi Cable...

  • Page 34: Call Log

    The incoming call list is displayed. If a name is set for a telephone number, that is displayed. If not, the telephone number is displayed. * The date and time the call came in are displayed above the name/telephone number. Incoming call log Missed call log Hitachi Cable...

  • Page 35: Details

    2.7.2 Call log delete Deleting one call from a call log. Displays the call logs. To delete a call log, select the call log to delete, press the LeftSoft key to select the sub-menu, then select "2. Delete". Hitachi Cable...

  • Page 36: Delete All Data

    The screen in the figure on the right is displayed. Select whether or not to delete with the keys, then press the to finalize the deletion. 2.7.3 Delete all data Deleting the entire call logs. • g 3.Select "Delete all data". Hitachi Cable...

  • Page 37: Calling From The Call Log

    Making a call from a call log. With a call log displayed, you can make a call by pressing the Send key with the name/telephone number highlighted. If their name is registered in the contacts list, their name is displayed above the telephone number. Hitachi Cable...

  • Page 38: Presence

    "1.User list", then press the key. A list of the registered users is displayed. To add or delete a registered user, press the LeftSoft key to select the sub- menu, then select either "2. Add" or "3. Delete". Hitachi Cable...

  • Page 39: User Registration

    Use the number pad and the LeftSoft key to enter the user's telephone number. If you try to input an Alias that is already registered, the "Already registered" message is displayed and the display returns to the input field. Hitachi Cable...

  • Page 40: Block List

    "2. Add" or "3. Delete". 2.8.4 Block register Registering a user to whom your status will not be disclosed. To register a user for blocking, either press the "4" on the number pad or select "4. Block list", then press the key. Hitachi Cable...

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    Use the number pad and the LeftSoft key to enter the user's telephone number. If you try to input an Alias that is already registered, the "Already registered" message is displayed and the display returns to the input field. Hitachi Cable...

  • Page 42: Status

    You can set the status by using the keys, then pressing the key. There are seven status modes. : Online : Picking up : Briefly away from seat : Away from seat : On another call : Lunch break : Offline Hitachi Cable...

  • Page 43: Basic Settings Menu

    A screen like that in the figure on the right (second row) is displayed. "5.Select "Setting". 2.9.1 Ringer/vibration Setting the ringer/vibration type. From the setting menu, select "1. Ringer/vibration". Setting "1. Telephone" or "2. IM". To set the telephone ringer, select "1. Telephone". To set the message ringer, select "2. IM". Hitachi Cable...

  • Page 44: Distinctive Ringtones

    * With some connection equipment, this is not possible. In this case, only "1. External 1" is enabled. 2.9.1.2 Ringtones Setting the inside line and outside line ringer tones. To change the ringer tone, select "1. Ringer tone". Use the keys to select the ringer tone, then press the key. Hitachi Cable...

  • Page 45: Mode

    Setting the LED color for calls coming in on internal lines and external lines. To change the LED color for incoming calls, select "3. LED". Use the keys to set the LED color, then finalize with the key. There are three LED colors. • E • E BLUE • E (None) Hitachi Cable...

  • Page 46: Volume Adjustment

    User's Manual 2.9.1.5 Volume adjustment Setting the headphone/earpiece/ringer volume. From the telephone menu, select "5. Adjust volume". Use the keys to set the volume, then finalize with the key. Hitachi Cable...

  • Page 47: Caller Id

    ID on/off, then finalize with the key. 2.9.3 Service LED Setting the Service LED. From the setting menu, select "2. Service LED". Service LED information: The User Service LED, mode, and interval are displayed. Hitachi Cable...

  • Page 48: Brightness Adjustment

    User's Manual 2.9.4 Brightness adjustment Adjusting the display screen brightness. From the setting menu, select "4. Adjust brightness". Use the keys to adjust the contrast, then finalize with the key. Hitachi Cable...

  • Page 49: Security

    Please enter the correct password. The default value is 0000. If you input the wrong password, a screen like that on the right is displayed. When you input the correct password, the system asks you to input the new password. Hitachi Cable...

  • Page 50: Information Display

    Displaying the network information, server information, MAC address, and version information. From the setting menu, select "6. Information display". From the information display menu, select "1. TCP/IP". Network information”: DHCP mode, IP address, Netmask, Gateway, DNS1, and DNS2 are displayed Hitachi Cable...

  • Page 51

    Secondary URL• A Secondary Registra• A Outbound Proxy From the information display menu, select "3. MAC address". The MAC address is displayed. From the information display menu, select "4. Version". The boot ROM and software version are displayed. Hitachi Cable...

  • Page 52: Error Msg

    Error Msg On/Off, then finalize with the key. 2.9.8 Font size Setting the font size. From the information display menu, select "8. Font size". Use the keys to select a font size of Large or Small, then finalize with the key. Hitachi Cable...

  • Page 53: Time Setting

    From the clock menu, select "2. NTP" and switch the NTP On/Off. Note! If no NTP server is set, when you reboot the time that has been set is initialized. Use the keys to set NTP On/Off, then finalize with the key. Hitachi Cable...

  • Page 54

    User's Manual Select "3. NTP server 1" or "4. NTP server 2". Use the number pad to input the NTP server IP address. Select "5. Time offset". Use the keys to select the time, then finalize with the key. Hitachi Cable...

  • Page 55: Language Setting

    There are two languages, English and Japanese. Use the key to select the language, then finalize with the key. Reference: The Admin menu is the menu for the network administrator. For details, refer to the "WIRELESSIP5000 Administrator Manual". Hitachi Cable...

  • Page 56: Courtesy Mode On/off

    When courtesy mode is set, the ringer does not ring and all ringers go into vibration mode. Press and hold down the * key on the number pad. Silent mode and vibration mode are switched On. To end courtesy mode, press and hold down the * key on the number pad again. Hitachi Cable...

  • Page 57: Keylock/keyunlock

    Press and hold down the Lock key on the side of the phone. Enter the password. Note! The default value for the password is "0000". You can change the password freely. (See the security section.) The keylock comes On. Hitachi Cable...

  • Page 58

    User's Manual To unlock the keylock, press and hold down the Lock key on the side of the phone again. Enter the password. Hitachi Cable...

  • Page 59: Various Operation Methods

    <Screen for the terminal putting the <Screen for the terminal put on call on hold> hold> ♪ ♪ Holding Telephone number: 2314 Telephone number: 2310 3.1.2 Hold release During a hold, you can end the hold by pressing the Send key. Hitachi Cable...

  • Page 60: Calling Method

    Send key. Check the prefix and the outside number with the administrator. Dial B's prefix (0) and outside number (05011112222), then press the Send key. Calling Inside number: 2222 Inside number: 1111 Base number: 20 Outside Base number: 10 Outside line number: line number: 05011112222 05011111111 Prefix: Prefix: Hitachi Cable...

  • Page 61: 184/186 Call

    Base number: 10 Outside line number: line number: 05011112222 05011111111 Prefix: Prefix: Example: 186 call Calling Inside number: 2222 Inside number: 1111 Base number: 20 Outside Base number: 10 Outside line number: line number: 05011112222 05011111111 Prefix: Prefix: Hitachi Cable...

  • Page 62: Operation Methods Using Call Mode

    * Using the prefix + 184/186 gives the same results as the above operation. 3.1.7 Redial You can redial the last telephone number dialed. Press and hold down the Send key for at least 1 second. The last telephone number dialed is redialed. Hitachi Cable...

  • Page 63: Speed Dialing

    A call is made to the telephone number corresponding to the speed dialing number input. 3.1.9 Timer between digits If you input the telephone number with the Send key held down, the call is made automatically after the telephone number is input. Press the Send key. Entering the telephone number. Hitachi Cable...

  • Page 64

    User's Manual After a short time, a call is made automatically to the telephone number for the speed dialing number entered. Note! If call mode is used when inputting the telephone number, the timer between digits does not operate. Hitachi Cable...

  • Page 65: Accessories

    Keep accessories out of the reach of children. Use only chargers, batteries, and accessories specifically manufactured for the Hitachi Cable WIRELESSIP5000.Using a charger, battery, or accessory not designed for the WIRELESSIP5000 would cause danger and would void the warranty for your telephone. 4.2. Accessories covered Standard battery...

  • Page 66: Usb Cable (option)

    User's Manual 4.4. USB cable (option) If you connect your WIRELESSIP5000 to a PC with the USB cable shown in Figure 3, you can charge and change settings. When setting the WIRELESSIP5000, check whether your WIRELESSIP 5000 is directly connected to your PC with the USB cable.

  • Page 67: Charging Without The Desktop Charger

    Step 1: Connect the AC adaptor to a wall socket. Step 2: Remove the connector cover from the WIRELESSIP5000. Step 3: Install the AC adaptor's 24-pin connector to the bottom of the WIRELESSIP5000. Note: You can also charge with the optional USB cable instead of with the AC adaptor.

  • Page 68: Safety Information

    5.2. Warning about explosive gas Do not use the WIRELESSIP5000 anywhere dangerous, such as in an area with explosive gas in the air. Verify safety with qualified personnel before using a wireless device in such an environment.

  • Page 69: Appendix Specifications

    G.711 A-Law/ ƒ Ê -Law 64kbps G.729A 8kbps Network settings DHCP (client operation only)/manual NAT(Static) Priority Control DiffServ DSCP Security SSID WEP key 64/128/256 bits 802.1x (MD5, EAP-TLS) Operational features NTP (client operation only) Syslog (client operation only) Hitachi Cable...

  • Page 70

    *3 L3 handover is also possible with the access point specifications. *4 The charging state, temperature, signal strength, and other environmental conditions, function settings, etc, may make the call time and standby time shorter than these values. *5 Design value for available time in power save mode Hitachi Cable...

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