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  • Page 1 Congratulations By purchasing a Gigaset, you have chosen a brand that is fully committed to sustainability. This product’s packaging is eco-friendly! To learn more, visit www.gigaset.com.
  • Page 3: Overview Of Handset

    Overview of handset Overview of handset 1 Display in idle status (¢ page 18) 2 Display keys (¢ page 3) 3 Control key (¢ page 4) 4 Talk/speaker key Accept call; start dialling; toggle between earpiece and speaker mode (¢ page 29); Lights up: speaker mode activated;...
  • Page 4: Icons And Keys

    Icons and keys Icons and keys Display icons The display depends on the phone's settings and operating status. Signal strength ¨ (¢ page 36) or Eco Mode+ icon ½ (¢ page 36) Keypad locked (¢ page 22) Ringer switched off (¢ page 40) Answering machine activated (dependent on base) Batteries are charged (¢...
  • Page 5: Main Menu Icons

    Icons and keys Main menu icons é ç Alarm Clock è Audio Settings ê Settings Voice Mail “ ç Settings For information on using the menu and the menu tree, see: page 20, page 25. Display keys The functions of the display keys change depending on the particu- lar operating situation.
  • Page 6: Control Key

    Icons and keys Control key In the description below, the side of the control key (up, down, right, left) that you have to press in the different operating situations is marked in black e.g., v for "press right on the control key". The control key has a number of different functions: When the handset is in idle status Open the main menu.
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Contents Contents Overview of handset ........1 Icons and keys .
  • Page 8 Contents Using the directory and lists ....... . 29 Directory ........... . . 29 Making internal calls .
  • Page 9 Contents Accessories ..........49 Mounting the charger on the wall .
  • Page 10: Safety Precautions

    Safety precautions Safety precautions Warning Read the safety precautions and the user manual before use. Explain their content and the potential hazards associated with using the telephone to your children. Use only the power adapter supplied. Fit only the recommended, rechargeable batteries (¢ page 46), i.e., never use a con- ventional (non-rechargeable) battery or other battery type as this could result in sig- nificant health risks and personal injury.
  • Page 11: First Steps

    First steps First steps Checking the package contents u One Gigaset E310H handset u Two batteries u One battery cover u One charger u One power adapter u One user guide Setting up the charger The charger is designed for use in dry rooms in a temperature range of +5°C to +45°C.
  • Page 12: Connecting The Charger

    First steps Connecting the charger ¤ Connect the flat plug on the power adapter 1. ¤ Plug the power adapter into the plug socket 2. To disconnect the plug from the charger, press the release button and disconnect the plug...
  • Page 13: Setting Up The Handset For Use

    First steps Setting up the handset for use The display is protected by a plastic film. Please remove the protective film! Inserting the batteries and closing the battery cover Warning Use only rechargeable batteries (¢ page 46) recommended by Gigaset Communications GmbH i.e., never use a conventional (non-rechargeable) battery, as this could result in significant health risks and personal injury.
  • Page 14 First steps Initial charging and discharging of the batteries The correct charge status can only be displayed if the battery is first fully charged and discharged. ¤ Charge the handset in the charger for 7 hours. Please note The handset must only be placed in the designated Gigaset E310/ E310A base or the corresponding charger.
  • Page 15: Changing The Display Language

    First steps Changing the display language Change the display language if you do not understand the language currently set. ‘ Menu ¤ Press the right-hand display key. ¤ Press keys 421 slowly one after the other. The display for setting languages ‰...
  • Page 16: Registering The Handset

    First steps Registering the handset Before you can use the phone, you must first register the handset to the base. The registration procedure will depend on the type of base. Automatically registering the E310H handset to the Gigaset E310/E310A base Prerequisite: The handset must not already be registered to a base.
  • Page 17 Manually registering the E310H handset A Gigaset E310H handset can be registered on up to four bases. You must manually register the handset on both the handset (1) and the base (2).
  • Page 18: Setting The Date/Time

    First steps Setting the date/time Set the date/time so that the correct date and time can be assigned to incoming calls, and so that you can use the alarm. Please note Depending on your network provider, the date and time may be displayed automatically.
  • Page 19 First steps ¤ The input field opens. The active line is marked [...]. Date 01.04.11 Enter the day, month and year as “ a 6-digit number via the keypad, e.g., Q1Q411 for 1 April 2011. To correct errors: Press left or right on the control key to change the position of the cur- sor.
  • Page 20 First steps Please note If your phone receives the date and time during calling line dis- play (e.g., via your network provider, a router or PABXs), you can specify whether this data should be copied to your phone: ¤ Press the following keys in sequence: v ¤...
  • Page 21: What Would You Like To Do Next

    What would you like to do next? Your phone is now ready for use. If you have any questions about using your phone, please read the tips on troubleshooting ("Questions and answers" ¢ page 44) or contact our Customer Care team (¢ page 42). What would you like to do next? Now that you have successfully set up your Gigaset, you can start calling immediately –...
  • Page 22: Using The Phone

    Using the phone Using the phone Menu guidance Your telephone's functions are accessed via a menu consisting of several levels (menu overview ¢ page 25). Main menu (first menu level) ¤ When the handset is in idle status, press the display key §Menu§...
  • Page 23: Keys On The Keypad

    Using the phone Returning to idle status Ð From any point in the menu: ¤ Press and hold the end call key a or INT 1 ¤ Do not press any key: after 2 minutes, 23.04. 10:53 the display will automatically revert to ‘...
  • Page 24: Activating/Deactivating The Keypad Lock

    Using the phone Activating/deactivating the keypad lock The keypad lock prevents any inadvertent use of the phone. In idle status, press and hold the hash key (confirmation tone). The keypad lock is activated or deactivated. If it is Ø activated, the icon appears in the display.
  • Page 25: Understanding The Operating Steps

    Understanding the operating steps Understanding the operating steps An example of a procedure is as follows: ¤ q Settings ¤ ¤ q Handset ¤ §Menu§ §OK§ §OK§ ¤ q Auto Answer ¤ §OK§ (‰ = on) This means you should proceed as follows: Please note Scroll upwards if you wish to select one of the last entries in a menu level with numerous entries.
  • Page 26 Understanding the operating steps Handset: ... the menu entry Handset appears on the screen. Handset “ ¤ §OK§ §OK§ Press the key below on the display screen to open the sub- menu. ¤ q: Press up or down on the control key until ...
  • Page 27: Menu Tree

    Menu tree Menu tree §Menu§ If you press the display key in idle status, a list appears with menu entries. You can scroll through the list by pressing q. é Alarm Clock è Audio Settings ê Voice Mail ç Settings Some of these menu entries contain submenus.
  • Page 28 Menu tree ç Settings ¢ page 16 Date/Time ¢ page 38 Handset Language ¢ page 38 Big Dial Font ¢ page 38 Contrast ¢ page 38 Backlight In Charger ¢ page 38 Out of Char. ¢ page 39 Auto Answer ¢...
  • Page 29: Making Calls

    Making calls Making calls Accepting a call The handset indicates an incoming When the display backlight is call in three ways: by ringing, by a switched off, pressing any key will display on the screen and by the activate the backlight. The relevant flashing talk/speaker key d.
  • Page 30: Call

    Making calls Call display Is your telephone connected via a PABX/gateway? When you receive a call, the phone You can establish this by checking number is shown in the display. for an additional device connected If the number of the caller is stored between your telephone and home in your directory, the display is connection, e.g., a PABX, gateway...
  • Page 31: Speaker Mode

    Using the directory and lists Speaker mode Using the directory and lists In speaker mode, you activate the loudspeaker so that you can hear The telephone offers a directory, the caller without having to hold the redial list, answering machine list handset to your ear.
  • Page 32 Using the directory and lists Storing further numbers in the Dialling with the directory directory Select an entry. s ¤ ¤ New Entry ¤ ¤ c §Menu§ §OK§ ¤ ~ (Enter number) ¤ §OK§ ¤ ~ (Enter name) ¤ §OK§ Managing directory entries Select an entry.
  • Page 33: Making Internal Calls

    Using the directory and lists Using shortcut keys Adding a displayed number to the directory You can assign directory entries to the keys 2 to O: You can copy numbers displayed in s ¤ q (Select entry) a list, e.g., the calls list or redial list, to ¤...
  • Page 34 Using the directory and lists Accepting an internal call Accepting a waiting call Your telephone rings and the inter- If you receive an external call during nal number of the caller appears in an internal call, you will hear the call the display (e.g.
  • Page 35: Redial List

    Using the directory and lists Redial list Answering machine list (dependent on base) The redial list contains the ten num- bers last dialled with the handset. If The answering machine list contains one of the numbers is in the direc- all the calls recorded by the answer- tory, the corresponding name will ing machine.
  • Page 36: Opening Lists

    Using the directory and lists Opening the calls list Calling back a caller from the ’ ¤ q CallsList calls list ’ ¤ q CallsList 01+02 ¤ §OK§ The calls list is displayed as follows: ¤ q (Select entry) ¤ c CallsList 01+02 Number of new entries + number of old,...
  • Page 37: Using The Network Mailbox

    Using the network mailbox Using the network mailbox Please note Enter the network mailbox phone The network mailbox is the answer- number into your directory along ing machine in your provider's tele- with the designation "Network phone network. More information is mailbox";...
  • Page 38: Eco Dect

    ECO DECT ECO DECT Using the handset as an alarm clock You are helping to protect the envi- ronment with your Gigaset. Activating/deactivating the alarm clock Reducing energy consumption Prerequisite: Your telephone has a power-saving The time is set (¢ page 16). adapter plug and uses <0.4 W when ¤...
  • Page 39 Using the handset as an alarm clock Call waiting Optus: You are on the phone and hear the Many Telecommunication providers beeps. in Australia and New Zealand offer a To put the first caller on hold and Call waiting service on your Home talk to the new caller (the caller on Phone Line.
  • Page 40: Setting The Handset

    Setting the handset Setting the handset Changing the display contrast You can change the settings on your handset to suit your individual You can set the display contrast to requirements. 9 levels. ¤ q Settings ¤ §Menu§ §OK§ ¤ q Handset ¤ Changing the display §OK§...
  • Page 41: Auto Answer

    Setting the handset During a call via the earpiece or in Please note speaker mode: If the backlight is turned on out- side the charger, the standby Press the control key to time for the handset is considera- open the menu for setting bly reduced! the volume.
  • Page 42: Setting The Sound Of The Earpiece

    Setting the handset Setting the sound of the Setting the ringer volume earpiece The ringer volume is the same for all types of ring. Adjust the sound of the earpiece to In idle status: suit your requirements. t ¤ q Ringer Volume ¤ §OK§...
  • Page 43: Advisory/Warning Tones

    Setting the handset Permanently deactivating the Activating/deactivating ringer advisory tones ¤ q Audio Settings ¤ Press and hold the star §§Menu§ §OK§ ¤ q Advis.Tones ¤ key. §OK§ (‰= on) The Ú icon appears in the display. Activating/deactivating the Reactivating the ringer battery low beep Press and hold the star ¤...
  • Page 44: Customer Service & Product Warranty - Australia And New Zealand

    Customer service & product warranty – Australia and New Zealand Customer service & product warranty – Australia and New Zealand IMPORTANT Please retain your sales receipt as proof of the date of purchase. Customer Service If you require assistance in operating this product please contact us AUS: 1300 780 878 or by e-mail at the Customer Care section of our website at www.gigaset.com/au NZ: 0800 780 878 or by e-mail at the Customer Care section of our website at...
  • Page 45 Customer service & product warranty – Australia and New Zealand modification, loss of parts, tampering or attempted repair by a person not authorised by Gigaset; or 3The product has been damaged by lightning or a mains power surge. 4The Phone was not imported into Australia by Gigaset Communications GmbH.
  • Page 46: Questions And Answers

    Customer service & product warranty – Australia and New Zealand Please have your proof of purchase ready when calling. IMPORTANT NOTICE Under power failure conditions, this telephone may not operate. Please ensure that a separate telephone, not dependent upon local power, is available for emergency use.
  • Page 47: Environment

    Environment Environment When you try to activate Eco Mode+, "Not possible!" appears in the display. Our environmental A handset is registered to the base that does not support Eco Mode+. mission statement Error tone sounds after system PIN We, Gigaset Communications prompt.
  • Page 48: Disposal

    Appendix Disposal Never use a dry cloth. This can cause static. Batteries should not be disposed of Impairments in high-gloss finishes in general household waste. can be carefully removed using dis- Observe the local waste disposal play polishes for mobile phones. regulations, details of which can be obtained from your local authority Contact with liquid...
  • Page 49 Appendix Handset operating times/ General specifications charging times Your handset can charge batteries DECT standard Supported up to a capacity of 1000 mAh. Using GAP standard Supported special high-performance batteries No. of channels 60 duplex channels or batteries with high capacities is not recommended for cordless Radio frequency 1880–1900 MHz...
  • Page 50: Writing And Editing Names

    Appendix Writing and editing Writing names names Enter the individual letters/charac- ters by pressing the corresponding The following rules apply when writ- key. ing names: Briefly press the key several times in u Each key between Q and O is succession to select the required let- assigned several letters and char- ter/character.
  • Page 51: Accessories

    Accessories Accessories Compatibility You can find more information about the handset functions in connection with the individual Gigaset bases at: www.gigaset.com/compatibility All accessories and batteries are available from your phone retailer. Use only original accessories. This will avoid possible health risks and personal injury, and also ensure that all the relevant regula- tions are complied with.
  • Page 52: Index

    Index Index Character set ......48 Charge status indicator ....2 Accepting a call .
  • Page 53: Idle Status

    Index Earpiece Icon sound ......40 key lock ......22 volume .
  • Page 54: Message Key

    Index List answering machine list ... . 34 Questions and answers ....44 calls list ......33 handsets .
  • Page 55 Index Viewing network mailbox message . 35 Volume earpiece ......39 , 40 extra loud ......39 handset speaker volume .
  • Page 56 Version: 02.04.2012...