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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
  • Page 3: Overview Of Handset

    Overview of handset Overview of handset 1 Display in idle status (¢ page 17) 2 Display keys (¢ page 4) 3 Control key (¢ page 5) 4 Talk/speaker key Accept call; start dialling; toggle between earpiece and speaker mode (¢ page 27); Lights up: speaker mode activated;...
  • Page 4: Overview Of Gigaset E310A Base

    You can use the keys on the base to 3 Volume keys: (– = quieter; + = louder.) operate the integrated answering During message playback: adjust machine (Gigaset E310 A only), the speaking volume. search for handsets ("paging" While phone is ringing: adjust ¢...
  • Page 5: 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 40) or Eco Mode+ icon ½ (¢ page 40) Keypad locked (¢ page 20) Ringer melody switched off (¢ page 48) Answering machine activated (E310A only) Batteries are charged (¢...
  • Page 6: Main Menu Icons

    Icons and keys Main menu icons é ç Alarm Clock è Audio Settings Settings ê Voice Mail “ ç Settings For information on using the menu and the menu tree, see page 19 and page 23. Display keys The functions of the display keys change depending on the particu- lar operating situation.
  • Page 7: 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 the right edge of the control key". The control key has a number of different functions: When the handset is in idle status Open the main menu.
  • Page 8: Table Of Contents

    Overview of Gigaset E310A base ......2 Overview of Gigaset E310 base ......2 Icons and keys .
  • Page 9 Contents Using the directory and lists ....... . 28 Directory ........... . . 28 Redial list .
  • Page 10 Contents Setting the base ......... . . 49 Changing the ringers for the Gigaset E310A base .
  • Page 11: 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, as indicated on the underside of the base. Fit only the recommended, rechargeable batteries (¢...
  • Page 12: First Steps

    +5°C to +45°C. ¤ Set up the base at a central point in the building on a level, non- slip surface or mount the base (Gigaset E310 only) and charger on the wall (¢ page 62). Please note Pay attention to the range of the base.
  • Page 13: Connecting The Base

    First steps Connecting the base ¤ First, connect Gigaset E310 Gigaset E310A telephone jack ¤ Then connect the power adapter insert the cables into the cable ducts. Please note: u The power adapter must always be connected, as the phone will not operate without a mains connection.
  • Page 14: 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 58) 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 15 ¤ Charge the handset in the base for 7.5 hours. Please note The handset must only be placed in the designated Gigaset E310/E310A base or the corresponding charger. ¤ After charging, remove the handset from the base and only replace it when the batteries are fully discharged.
  • Page 16: Changing The Display Language

    First steps Changing the display language Change the display language if you do not understand the language currently set. Û Menu ¤ Press the right-hand display key. ¤ Press keys 421 slowly one after the other. The display for setting languages ‰...
  • Page 17: Setting The Date/Time

    First steps Setting the date/time Set the date and time so that the correct date and time can be assigned to incoming calls, and so that the alarm can be used. Please note Depending on your network provider, the date and time may be displayed automatically.
  • Page 18 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 on the left or right edge of the control key to change the position of the cursor.
  • Page 19 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 20: What Would You Like To Do Next

    What would you like to do next? If Eco Mode+ (¢ page 40) is activated, the ½ icon is displayed in the top left corner of the display. 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 21: 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 23). Main menu (first menu level) ¤ When the handset is in idle status, press the display key §Menu§...
  • Page 22: Keys On The Keypad

    Using the phone Returning to idle status Ð From any point in the menu: Ã ¤ 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 23: 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 24 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 25: 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 26: Voice Mail

    Menu tree ê Voice Mail ¢ page 39 Play Messages Net Mailbox ** ¢ page 35 Answ. Mach. ** ¢ page 34 Answ. Mach. * ¢ page 37 Call Screening * Handset ¢ page 37 Base ¢ page 34 Announcements * Rec announce ¢...
  • Page 27 Menu tree ç Settings ¢ page 15 Date/Time ¢ page 45 Handset Language ¢ page 45 Big Dial Font ¢ page 46 Contrast ¢ page 46 Backlight In Charger ¢ page 46 Out of Char. ¢ page 46 Auto Answer ¢...
  • Page 28: Making Calls

    Making calls Making calls If the ringer is intrusive, press ¤ Silent ¤ §Menu§ §OK§ When the display backlight is You can accept the call as long as it is switched off, pressing any key will displayed on the screen. activate the backlight.
  • Page 29: Notes On Phone Number Display (Clip)

    Making calls u Withheld, if the caller has sup- If the caller number is still not pressed Calling Line Identifica- displayed: ¤ Check the CLIP (phone number tion. u Unavailable, if the caller has not display) settings of your PABX and requested Calling Line Identifica- activate this function if necessary.
  • Page 30: Muting

    Using the directory and lists Activating/deactivating Using the directory and speaker mode lists Switching between earpiece and The telephone offers a directory, speaker mode redial list, answering machine list, Press the speaker key. network mailbox list and calls list. During a call and when listening You can save up to 120 entries in the to the answering machine directory.
  • Page 31 Using the directory and lists Managing directory entries Please note u Refer to the character set chart Select an entry. to see how to enter names The following functions can be ¤ q: (¢ page 60). §Menu§ selected with u Press and hold the hash key # New Entry to enter a dialling pause.
  • Page 32: Redial List

    Using the directory and lists ¤ q Copy to Dir. ¤ §Menu§ §OK§ Using shortcuts ¤ Complete the entry (¢ page 28). You can assign directory entries to the keys 2 to O: The message playback is inter- s ¤ q (Select entry) rupted while numbers are copied ¤...
  • Page 33: Answering Machine List (Gigaset E310A Only)

    Using the directory and lists Answering machine list Setting the call list type ¤ q Settings ¤ (Gigaset E310A only) §Menu§ §OK§ ¤ q Base ¤ §OK§ ¤ q Call list type ¤ The answering machine list contains §OK§ all the calls recorded by the answer- ¤...
  • Page 34: Opening Lists

    Automatic network provider preselection Copy to Dir. Automatic network Copy an entry to the directory. provider preselection Date/Time Display date and time of call (if You can store a call-by-call number set, ¢ page 15). (preselection number), which is automatically placed in front of Status numbers when you dial them.
  • Page 35 Automatic network provider preselection Storing preselection numbers Temporarily cancelling ¤ q Settings ¤ preselection §Menu§ §OK§ c (press and hold) ¤ ¤ q Base ¤ §Menu§ §OK§ ¤ q Preselect off ¤ ¤ q Preselection ¤ §OK§ §OK§ ¤ ~ Dial number ¤...
  • Page 36: Operating The Answering Machine

    Operating the answering machine Operating the Recording a personal announcement answering machine ¤ q Voice Mail ¤ §Menu§ §OK§ You can operate the (integrated) ¤ q Announcements ¤ §OK§ answering machine ¤ q Rec announce ¤ u Via the handset or §OK§...
  • Page 37: Playing Back Messages

    Operating the answering machine Playing back an announcement The list is displayed as follows: ¤ q Voice Mail ¤ VoiceMail 01+02 §Menu§ §OK§ ¤ q Announcements ¤ §OK§ Number of new messages + number ¤ q Play announce ¤ §OK§ of old, played back messages.
  • Page 38 Operating the answering machine The display will alternate between Additional functions during the following (example): message playback Number or 12345678 §Menu§ Press the display key. Play- name of caller back stops. Select the relevant function using q: Date/time of 23.04. 10:53 call Dial Number...
  • Page 39: Accepting A Call From The Answering Machine

    Operating the answering machine Accepting a call from the Permanently activating/ deactivating call screening answering machine ¤ q Voice Mail ¤ §Menu§ §OK§ ¤ q Call Screening ¤ ¤ q You can still accept a call even when §OK§ the answering machine has Handset /Base ¤...
  • Page 40: Operating When On The Move (Remote Operation)

    Operating the answering machine u If new messages are present, the The messages are now played back. answering machine answers a call You can now operate the answering after 10 seconds. machine using the keypad. Please note Setting the message length The connection is terminated: u When an incorrect system PIN You can set a maximum message...
  • Page 41: Using The Network Mailbox

    – you do not have to select it via are played back. If you do not accept the menu. the call, the network mailbox Gigaset E310: The network mail- number is saved in the calls list box is preconfigured for fast (¢ page 31).
  • Page 42: Eco Dect

    ECO DECT Gigaset E310A: The integrated Eco Mode reduces the range of the answering machine is preconfig- base by approx. 50%. It is always ured for fast access. You can better to use Eco Mode when a switch to the network mailbox. reduced range is sufficient.
  • Page 43: Using The Handset As An Alarm Clock

    Activating/deactivating the alarm on the base. clock Prerequisite: Registering a Gigaset handset The time is set (¢ page 15). manually to the Gigaset E310/ ¤ q Alarm Clock ¤ E310A §Menu§ §OK§ ¤ q Activation You must register the handset man- ¤...
  • Page 44: De-Registering Handsets

    Using multiple handsets The registration process is cancelled De-registering handsets after 60 seconds. If the handset has not registered within this time, You can de-register any other regis- repeat the process. tered handset from any registered Gigaset E310H handset. ¤ q Settings ¤ 1) On the handset §Menu§...
  • Page 45: Listening In To An External Call (Conference)

    Using multiple handsets Listening in to an Making internal calls external call (conference) Internal calls are free calls between handsets that are registered with You want to listen in to an existing the same base. external call. Prerequisite: The Listening in func- Calling a specific handset tion must be activated.
  • Page 46 Using multiple handsets Ending a call Call waiting Press the end call key a. Many Telecommunication providers in Australia and New Zealand offer a Transferring a call to another Call waiting service on your Home handset/internal consultation Phone Line. Please speak to your service provider to check if your You are in conversation with an Home Phone line is activated for this...
  • Page 47: Setting The Handset

    Setting the handset ¤ Press the end call key a to end To put the first caller on hold and talk to the new caller (the caller on the internal call. ¤ Press the talk key c to accept the hold will hear nothing): ¤...
  • Page 48: Changing The Display Contrast

    Setting the handset Changing the display Please note contrast If the backlight is turned on out- side the charger, the standby You can set the display contrast to time for the handset is considera- 9 levels. bly reduced! ¤ q Settings ¤ §Menu§...
  • Page 49: Setting The Sound Of The Earpiece

    Setting the handset Please note Please note You can also set the call volume You can also set the sound of via the menu (¢ page 23). the earpiece via the menu (¢ page 23). Extra loud setting Changing ringers During a conversation, the earpiece volume can also be set to Extra u Volume:...
  • Page 50: Advisory/Warning Tones

    Setting the handset Setting the ringer melody Advisory/warning tones Set different ringer melodies for Your handset uses advisory tones to external calls, internal calls and the tell you about different activities alarm clock. and statuses. The following tones In idle status: can be activated and deactivated t ¤...
  • Page 51: Restoring The Handset Default Settings

    Setting the base Restoring the handset Repeater support default settings You can increase the range and sig- nal strength of the base using a You can reset any individual settings repeater. You will need to activate and changes that you have made. repeater mode.
  • Page 52: Resetting The Base To The Default Settings

    Setting the base Changing the system PIN Resetting the base via the menu You can change the base's 4-digit When resetting via the menu u Handsets are still registered default system PIN ("0000") to a 4- u The system PIN is not reset. digit PIN known only to yourself.
  • Page 53: Operating The Base On The Pabx

    Operating the base on the PABX Operating the base on the PABX The following settings are only nec- essary if your PABX requires them; see the PABX user manual. Setting recall ¤ P#Q5#12 §Menu§ ¤ Enter digits for recall: Q = 80 ms; 1 = 100 ms; 2 = 120 ms;...
  • Page 54: 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 NZ: 0800 780 878 or by e-mail at the Customer Care section of our website at...
  • Page 55 Customer service & product warranty – Australia and New Zealand Subject to your Statutory Rights, the goods will not be eligible for service under this warranty if: 1Proof of purchase cannot be provided; 2The defect was caused by an accident, misuse, abuse, improper installation or operation, vermin infestation, lack of reasonable care, unauthorised modification, loss of parts, tampering or attempted repair by a person not authorised by Gigaset;...
  • Page 56 Customer service & product warranty – Australia and New Zealand Subject to your Statutory Rights: 1Any claim under this warranty is limited to the cost of repair or replacement of the product; and 2If the goods are found to be in sound working order by the authorised serv- ice centre, you may be charged a fee for service and for any other direct costs associated with having the product delivered for service.
  • Page 57: Questions And Answers

    Customer service & product warranty – Australia and New Zealand Questions and answers The handset does not ring. The ringer melody is deactivated. If you have any questions about the ¤ Activate the ringer melody use of your phone, you can contact (¢...
  • Page 58 Customer service & product warranty – Australia and New Zealand Gigaset E310A only: The number of the caller is not dis- played although CLIP has been No time is specified for a message set. in the calls list. Calling Line Identification is not Date/time have not been set.
  • Page 59: Environment

    Environment Environment Disposal Batteries should not be disposed of in general household waste. Our environmental Observe the local waste disposal mission statement regulations, details of which can be obtained from your local authority We, Gigaset Communications or the dealer you purchased the GmbH, bear social responsibility product from.
  • Page 60: Appendix

    Appendix Appendix Specifications Batteries Care Technology: Nickel-metal-hydride Wipe the base station, charging (NiMH) cradle and handset with a damp Size: AAA (Micro, HR03) cloth (do not use solvent) or an anti- Voltage: 1.2 V static cloth. Capacity: 550 - 1000 mAh Never use a dry cloth.
  • Page 61 Appendix General specifications Capacity (mAh) approx. 550 700 800 1000 DECT standard Supported Standby time 190/ 220/ 255/ 310/ GAP standard Supported (hours) * No. of channels 60 duplex channels Talktime (hours) 17 Radio frequency 1880–1900 MHz Operating time range for 1.5 hrs of calls per day (hours) ** Duplex method...
  • Page 62: Writing And Editing Names

    Appendix Pin connections on the Writing names telephone jack Enter the individual letters/charac- ters by pressing the corresponding 1 unused key. 2 unused Briefly press the key several times in succession to select the required let- 5 unused ter/character. 6 unused Standard characters 1x 2x 3x 4x 5x 6x 7x 8x 9x 10x 11x 12x 13x 14x 15x Writing and editing...
  • Page 63: Accessories

    Accessories Accessories Upgrade your Gigaset to a cordless PABX. Gigaset E310H handset u Extra loud voice playback u Handsfree operation with brilliant voice quality u Hearing aid compatible (HAC) u High-contrast, large b/w display u Battery charge status and reception signal indicator u Large font for outstanding legibility u Enlargeable digit display u Green illuminated handsfree key...
  • Page 64: Mounting The E310 Base On The Wall

    Mounting the E310 base on the wall Mounting the E310 base on the wall 29.6 mm approx. 7.9 mm Mounting the charger on the wall 21 mm approx. 3.5 mm...
  • Page 65: Index

    Index Index Accepting a call ..... 26 Call Access protection ....49 internal .
  • Page 66: Idle Status

    Index De-registering (handset) ... . 42 Dialling General troubleshooting ... . 55 using shortcut ..... 30 Group call .
  • Page 67: Message Key

    Index Message copying number to the directory . 36 Key click ......48 playing back .
  • Page 68 Index Questions and answers ....55 Talk key ....... 1 Telephone jack pin connections .
  • Page 69 Version: 02.04.2012...

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