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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: Gigaset Sl910/Sl910A - With The Special "Touch

    Gigaset SL910/SL910A – with the special "touch" Gigaset SL910/SL910A – with the special "touch" Congratulations on your purchase of the first Gigaset with touchscreen. This phone sets new standards with its high-quality genuine metal frame, 3.2" TFT colour touchscreen and excel- lent sound quality and, last but by no means least, its impressive interior qualities.
  • Page 4 Gigaset SL910/SL910A – with the special "touch" Important information: This user guide describes the functions of the SL910/SL910A as supplied. Some of the functions are only available after you have carried out a firmware ¢ ¢ update for the base ( page 85) and for the handset ( page 87).
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Contents Contents Gigaset SL910/SL910A – with the special "touch" ....1 Overview of handset ..........7 The base at a glance .
  • Page 6 Text Messages Inbox ............42 Answering machine list (Gigaset SL910A only) ....... . 42 Call lists .
  • Page 7 Contents Setting the alarm ..........67 Screensaver, caller pictures and sound pool .
  • Page 8 Contents Checking base/handset service information ..... . . 88 Authorisation ..............88 Guarantee Certificate United Kingdom .
  • Page 9: Overview Of Handset

    Overview of handset Overview of handset ¢ Message LED ( page 44) ¢ Proximity sensor ( page 29) ¢ Touchscreen/display ( page 22) Sample display: "dial page" for entering phone num- ¢ bers in idle mode (one of three idle display pages; page 23).
  • Page 10: The Base At A Glance

    The base at a glance The base at a glance Paging key Press briefly: Start paging Press and hold (approx. 3 seconds): Set base to registration mode Lights up: LAN connection active (for firmware update only) Display icons Icons on the status bar The following icons are displayed in the status bar depending on the settings and the operating status of your telephone: Icon...
  • Page 11 Display icons Option slider icons The functions on the option slider change depending on the operating situation. Icon Action Icon Action † Activate handsfree mode Determine free memory in the † resource directory þ (Handsfree mode is activated) (orange) Search Deactivate handsfree mode Ž...
  • Page 12 Display icons Signalling icons Connection cannot be Establishing a connection established or connection (outgoing call) Connection established interrupted š Internal/external call Alarm call Ø w Ú Ø Ù Ú Reminder call for appoint- Answering machine ment / anniversary is recording Ø...
  • Page 13: 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 rear of the base. ¢...
  • Page 14: First Steps

    First steps First steps Checking the package contents One Gigaset SL910/SL910A base One power adapter for the base One phone cable (flattened) One Gigaset SL910H handset One battery cover (rear cover for the handset) One battery One charger One power adapter for the charger One user guide.
  • Page 15: Connecting The Base With The Phone Network And The Mains Power Supply

    First steps Connecting the base with the phone network and the mains power supply ¤ Insert the phone cable (cable slightly flattened) into the lower connection socket at the rear of the base. ¤ Insert the power cable for the power adapter into the upper connection socket at the rear...
  • Page 16: Wall Mounting Of The Base (Optional)

    First steps Wall mounting of the base (optional) Connecting the handset charger ¤ Connect the flat plug on the power adapter ¤ Plug the power adapter into the plug socket If you have to remove the plug from the charger again: ¤...
  • Page 17: Setting Up The Handset For Use

    First steps Setting up the handset for use The handset's display and keys are covered with a protective film. Please remove the protective film! Warning Please do not use any touchscreen styli to operate the handset! Do not use any protective sleeves/films from other manufacturers, as they may restrict the operation of your handset.
  • Page 18: Charging The Battery

    First steps ¤ To remove the battery, insert your fingernail into the cavity on the casing and pull the bat- tery upwards. Charging the battery The battery is supplied with a partial charge. Please charge it completely before use. ¤ Charge the handset in the charger for 5 hours.
  • Page 19: Setting Up The Base And Handset - Installation Wizard

    First steps Setting up the base and handset – installation wizard Once the battery has been inserted, the time and date symbols flash. The installa- tion wizard starts automatically as soon as you touch one of the flashing symbols. It helps you to configure the following key settings on the handset and base, which are required for operation: Time and date Display language...
  • Page 20 First steps Comment: If you set the 12 hrs mode, am/pm is shown next to the number wheels. Date ¤ Touch the ’ icon next to Date to set 01.04.2010 the date. Display Language English Country ¤ Use the three number wheels to set the Date current date.
  • Page 21 First steps This brings up a list containing all the Display Language available languages. The current language is marked with Ø. ± English ¤ ± Touch the required language. Français If your language is not displayed, the list ± Castellano may be "longer"...
  • Page 22 First steps Finally, you have to enter your area code: ¤ Touch the corresponding ’ icon. Welcome Time Area (Dial Code) (Not configured) The Local Prefix refers to the country-spe- Area (Dial Code) cific prefix that is put in front of the area code when you do not dial the country Local Prefix code.
  • Page 23: Handset In Idle Status

    First steps Welcome The Welcome page is displayed again. ¤ Touch the [ è Save Setting] option to Time 08:32 save your settings. Date 01.07.2011 The handset switches to idle status. Display Language English Country United Kingdom Area (Dial Code) ‰...
  • Page 24: Using The Phone

    Using the phone Using the phone Activating/deactivating the handset ¤ Press and hold the end call key a in idle status to deactivate the handset. You will hear a melody. ¤ Press and hold the end call key a again to reactivate the handset. Operating the touchscreen The Gigaset SL910H handset is primarily operated using the display and only to a small extent using the three buttons on the handset.
  • Page 25: Handset Idle Display

    Using the phone Handset idle display The idle display consists of three pages that are shown separately on the display. ¢ The configurable page (example page 21) You can customise this page yourself. More detailed information on configuring this page is available on page 72. By default, the date and time are displayed and quick access can be set for call ¢...
  • Page 26: Using The Menus

    Using the phone Status bar and status page On each of the three pages, a status bar appears in the header. Ð Ã òô ó ¼ 06:00 INT 1 For the corresponding icons and their meaning, see page 8. Touch the status bar to display the status page. This page gives you direct (quick) access to the settings for Eco Mode, Eco Mode+, the answering machine for the SL910A, the Bluetooth interface, the Do not disturb setting and the alarm.
  • Page 27 Answer Network Machine Mailbox Gigaset SL910A only Switch to a different main menu page Changing between the menu pages You can switch between the menu pages in the same way as you switch between the pages in idle mode, using ê, ë or dragging horizontally over the display ¢...
  • Page 28: Scrolling Through Lists (Vertical Scrolling)

    Using the phone Room Monitor Button Sensitivity Setting options High Forward Internal External Current number Number 1234567890 Opens another submenu Change your settings Edit Scrolling through lists (vertical scrolling) If lists (not submenus) are longer than the display, i.e., if it is not possible for all the list entries to be displayed at once, then a drop shadow on the lower and/or upper edge of the display indicates the direction you have to scroll in to view more of the list.
  • Page 29: Entering Numbers And Text, Incorrect Entries

    Using the phone If all of the options cannot be displayed at the same time in one row, a moveable option slider is generally used. You can scroll horizontally using the option slider. Moving the option slider (horizontal scrolling) A moveable option slider is identified by an arrow to the right and/or left next to the options (see the picture above).
  • Page 30 Using the phone ¤ §123§ Touch if you want to enter a digit or a special character. Touch More... to §abc§ view other special characters. Touch to return to the normal keypad (lower case). ¤ You enter special characters (marked/diacritical characters, e.g., umlauts) by pressing and holding the corresponding initial letter and selecting the required character from the list displayed.
  • Page 31: Returning To Idle Status

    Using the phone Returning to idle status ¤ Briefly press end call key a. ¤ If you do not press any key and do not touch the display, the display automati- cally reverts to idle status after approximately three minutes. Returning to the previous display page Just like the idle display pages, the ‘...
  • Page 32: Menu Tree

    Menu tree Menu tree ¤ Briefly press the v key when the handset is in idle status to open the main menu. The main menu consists of the Applications and Settings pages. ¤ Drag your finger horizontally across the display to switch between the pages. Applications menu Main menu Page...
  • Page 33: Settings Menu

    Menu tree Settings menu Main menu Submenu Additional setting Page Settings Current setting options â Date + Time page 17 Time Date ì Audio Ringtones Volume page 77 Settings Crescendo Int. Calls Ext. Calls Time Ctrl (Ringer Off) Anon. Call Silenc. Silent Alert Reminder Signal Volume...
  • Page 34 Menu tree Main menu Submenu Additional setting Page Settings Current setting options Display + Screensaver page 75 Keypad Activation Selection Slideshow Calendar Digital Clock Analogue Clock Backlight page 75 In Charger Out of Charger Backlight Timeout Number Info in Dial Lists Number Type Only page 42 Type and Number...
  • Page 35 Menu tree Main menu Submenu Additional setting Page Settings Current setting options Ê System Eco Mode page 62 Eco Mode Eco Mode+ Repeater Mode page 79 Security Check page 79 System PIN Local Network IP Address Type page 85 IP Address Subnet Mask Default Gateway Preferred DNS server...
  • Page 36 Menu tree Main menu Submenu Additional setting Page Settings Current setting options ä Select Withhold Number page 39 Services Call Waiting page 39 Call Divert When Busy page 40 All Calls No Answer Divert to Ringback page 40 « Telephony Auto Answer page 76 Listening In...
  • Page 37 Menu tree Main menu Submenu Additional setting Page Settings Current setting options ¶ Answer Activation page 54 Machine Mode Announcement Current Announcement page 54 Standard User recorded Advisory Message Current Message page 54 Standard User recorded Recording Length 1 min. / 2 min. / 3 min. page 57 Maximum Recording Quality...
  • Page 38: Making Calls

    ¢ Take the handset out of the charger, if Auto Answer is activated ( page 76). ¤ ­ Gigaset SL910A: Touch [ Divert] to divert the call to the answering ¢ machine ( page 56). Accepting a call on a Bluetooth headset Prerequisite: Bluetooth is activated;...
  • Page 39: Call Display

    Home: 089 666777888 ó à Divert Silence ­ Divert] on Gigaset SL910A only No calling line identification Instead of name and number, the following is displayed: External: No number is transferred. ¢ Withheld: Caller has withheld calling line identification ( page 39).
  • Page 40: Handsfree Mode

    Activating while dialling ¤ Enter the number, press c twice. Switching between earpiece and handsfree mode During a call, when establishing the connection and when listening to the answer- ing machine (Gigaset SL910A only): ¤ Press c or touch [ † Speaker].
  • Page 41: Making Calls Via Network Services

    Making calls via network services Making calls via network services Network services are functions that your network provider makes available to you. You have to request these services from your network provider (there may be addi- tional charges). ¤ It is not possible to reprogram the network services. ¤...
  • Page 42: Network Services During An External Call

    Making calls via network services The following message is displayed. You have the following option: Accept Incoming call from Incoming call from Once you have accepted the waiting Harry call, you can switch between the two ¢ callers ("Call swapping" page 41) or speak to both at the same time.
  • Page 43 Making calls via network services Using consultation call, call swap Call a second external caller (consultation call) Switch between two calls (call swap) Consultation call Making another external call during an external call. The first call is placed on hold. ¤...
  • Page 44: Using Lists

    Using lists Using lists The options are: redial list, Text Messages Inbox, call lists, list of missed appoint- ments, answering machine list (Gigaset SL910A only). Redial list The redial list contains the twenty numbers last dialled with the handset (max. 32 digits per number).
  • Page 45: Missed Appointments List

    Using lists Opening lists from the menu ¤ ¢ page 25), touch [ — Call List]. In the Applications menu ( The last call list displayed is opened. All, Missed, Accepted and Outgoing appear in the lower part of the display. ¤...
  • Page 46: Opening Lists Via The Message Page In The Idle Display

    Missed appointments list ( page 43) The list of missed calls and the answering machine list (Gigaset SL910A) are always displayed. The icon for the network mailbox is always displayed, provided the number is stored in the telephone. The other lists are only displayed if they contain messages.
  • Page 47: Using Contacts

    In idle status, the following message appears: Icon New message... Ã ... in the answering machine list You received (Gigaset SL910A only) or on the network mailbox ™ Ã ™ · ... in the Missed Calls list ·...
  • Page 48: Creating A New Entry In Contacts

    Using Contacts Creating a new entry in Contacts ¤ ¤ Open Contacts. Touch [d New New Entry Entry]. ¤ Touch the individual fields to enter the corresponding component of the entry. Name You can touch Add Number up to eight times to assign up to eight numbers to Add Number this entry.
  • Page 49: Dialling With Contacts

    Using Contacts Dialling with Contacts ¤ ¢ Open Contacts ( page 45). You have the following options: ¤ Press c. The default number of the entry marked with the green dot is dialled. ¤ Touch the name in the entry. The default number of the entry is dialled. Excep- tion: If you have opened Contacts via the dial page, the phone number is trans- ferred into the number field and can be expanded if required.
  • Page 50: Transferring An Entry/Contacts To Another Handset

    Using Contacts Transferring an entry/Contacts to another handset Prerequisites: The sending and receiving handsets must both be registered to the same base. The other handset and the base can send and receive Contacts entries. You can transfer the entire Contacts list, an individual entry or several individual entries.
  • Page 51: Receiving A Vcard With Bluetooth

    Using Contacts Receiving a vCard with Bluetooth Prerequisite: The handset is in idle status. Bluetooth is activated. ¤ ¢ If the sender is in the Known Devices ( page 61) list, receipt occurs automat- ically. ¤ If the sender is not in the Known Devices list, enter the sender's device PIN and touch è.
  • Page 52: Sending And Receiving Sms Messages (Text Messages)

    Sending and receiving SMS messages (text messages) Sending and receiving SMS messages (text messages) Your device is supplied ready for you to send text messages immediately. Prerequisites: Calling Line Identification is enabled. Your network provider supports SMS within the fixed line network. To receive SMS messages, you must be registered with your network provider.
  • Page 53 Sending and receiving SMS messages (text messages) Text Messages Inbox The inbox contains all the received SMS messages and those SMS messages that could not be sent due to an error. ¢ New SMS messages are indicated on the handset with a message ( page 44) in idle mode, by a flashing LED (if set, see page 44) or you will hear an advisory tone.
  • Page 54: Setting Up The Sms Centre

    Sending and receiving SMS messages (text messages) Touch sender/number in the message text ¢ Call the number or save in Contacts ( page 49). The number cannot be divided by a space. If it contains a special character (+ - / etc.), it is regarded as two numbers.
  • Page 55: Sms Troubleshooting

    Sending and receiving SMS messages (text messages) ¤ Open the Settings menu and enter the number code for the service functions ¢ page 81). ¤ Deactivate the SMS function: Enter B F 0. Reactivate the SMS function (default): Enter B F A. SMS troubleshooting E0 Calling Line Identification permanently restricted (CLIR) or Calling Line Identification not activated.
  • Page 56: Operating The Gigaset Sl910A Base Answering Machine

    Operating the Gigaset SL910A base answering machine Operating the Gigaset SL910A base answering machine Operating via the handset ¢ Set the answering machine using the status page ( page 24) or the Answer Machine submenu: ¤ ¢ [ ¶ Answer Machine] ¤...
  • Page 57 Operating the Gigaset SL910A base answering machine To cancel the recording: Press a briefly or touch ‘. Please note Recording ends if there is a pause lasting longer than 3 seconds. If you cancel the recording, the default announcement is used.
  • Page 58: Activating/Deactivating Call Screening On A Handset

    Operating the Gigaset SL910A base answering machine Playing individual messages ¤ Touch an entry in the answering machine list. While listening, the Call Info is displayed. You have the following options: [ R Volume] ¤ Adjust the playback volume. ö...
  • Page 59: Activating/Deactivating Playback Of The Recording Time

    Operating the Gigaset SL910A base answering machine Activating/deactivating playback of the recording time ¤ ¢ In the Answer Machine submenu ( page 54), scroll to Play Time Stamp. ¤ Activate/deactivate the function with the corresponding button. Setting the recording parameters The answering machine has default settings.
  • Page 60 Operating the Gigaset SL910A base answering machine The following keys are used: During the time stamp playback: Skip to previous message. During message playback: Go to the start of the current message. Stop playback. Press again to resume. After a pause of approx. 60 seconds, the connection is ended.
  • Page 61: Using The Network Mailbox

    Using the network mailbox Using the network mailbox You cannot use the network mailbox unless you have requested it from your provider and saved the network mailbox number in your phone. ¤ ¢ Touch [ ¶ Network Mailbox]. ¤ Open the Settings menu ( page 25).
  • Page 62: Using Bluetooth Devices

    Using Bluetooth devices Using Bluetooth devices You can register up to five data devices (PC, PDA, mobile phones) and one Blue- tooth headset. You must activate Bluetooth on the handset, ensure the devices are visible if necessary and then register the handset. You can exchange Contacts entries using the data devices and load ringtones and ¢...
  • Page 63 Using Bluetooth devices Starting the search The search is started when you open the Bluetooth submenu under Settings and Bluetooth is activated. ¤ Open the Devices found list: Touch ’ to the right of the list (see picture above). ¤ Trusting the device adding the device to the known devices list ¤...
  • Page 64: Eco Dect: Reducing Energy Consumption And Radiation

    ECO DECT: reducing energy consumption and radiation ECO DECT: reducing energy consumption and radiation You are helping to protect the environment with your Gigaset SL910/SL910A. Reducing energy consumption Your telephone has a power-saving adapter plug and uses less power. Reducing radiation The radiation from your telephone is reduced automatically: The closer the handset is to the base, the lower the radiation.
  • Page 65: Using A Handset As A Room Monitor

    Using a handset as a room monitor Please note Check that the base can be reached when Eco Mode / Eco Mode+ is acti- vated: Press and hold c. You hear the dialling tone if the base can be reached. When Eco Mode+ is activated, call setup is delayed by approx.
  • Page 66: Room Monitor

    Using a handset as a room monitor Changing the settings ¤ Room Monitor In the Applications menu, touch [ Ç Room Monitor]. ¤ Touch [ N Edit]. ¤ Select the sensitivity Sensitivity (High or Low) and destination for the room monitor call (Internal or External).
  • Page 67: Setting An Appointment (Calendar)

    Setting an appointment (calendar) Setting an appointment (calendar) You can remind yourself of up to 100 appointments. Birthdays in Contacts are transferred into the calendar. Saving an appointment ¢ Prerequisite: The date and time have already been set ( page 17). ¤...
  • Page 68: Displaying Missed Appointments, Anniversaries

    Setting an appointment (calendar) Displaying missed appointments, anniversaries ¢ Appointments/anniversaries ( page 49) are displayed in the Reminders / Events list if: You do not accept an appointment/anniversary. The appointment/anniversary was signalled during a phone call. The handset was deactivated at the time of the appointment/anniversary. You can open the Reminders / Events list via the message page in the idle display.
  • Page 69: Setting The Alarm

    Setting the alarm Setting the alarm ¢ Prerequisite: The date and time have already been set ( page 17). ¢ You can activate/deactivate and set the alarm using the status page ( page 24) or as follows: ¤ ¢ page 25), touch [ Ü Alarm]. In the Applications menu ( ¤...
  • Page 70: Using Multiple Handsets

    Using multiple handsets Using multiple handsets Registering handsets You can register up to six handsets and Gigaset repeaters to your base. Your hand- set can be registered on up to four bases. Each registered device is assigned an internal number (1–6) and an internal name (default names are INT 1–INT 6).
  • Page 71: De-Registering Handsets

    No action: After approx. 3 minutes, the paging call will end automatically. Please note An incoming external call will not interrupt the paging call. If there are already two internal connections between the handsets/to the answering machine (Gigaset SL910A), then a paging call is not possible.
  • Page 72: Changing The Base

    If more than two handsets are registered to the base, select one handset or All. Please note If there are already two internal connections between the handsets/to the answering machine (Gigaset SL910A), then an internal consultation call is not possible. Transferring (connecting) an external call to the other handset You can transfer the external call either before the internal participant answers or afterwards.
  • Page 73: Listening In To An External Call

    Using multiple handsets Accepting/rejecting call waiting External call during an internal call ¤ Accept the call: Touch Accept. The internal call is placed on hold. ¤ Reject the call: Touch Reject. Internal call during an external call You will hear a single beep tone and receive a corresponding message. ¤...
  • Page 74: Setting Up The Handset

    Setting up the handset Setting up the handset Your handset comes with default settings, but you can change the settings to suit your individual requirements. Quick access to functions, QuickDial – customising your own idle display page ¢ ¢ On the configurable page of the idle display ( page 23, example page 21) you can customise applications, functions and phone numbers for quick access.
  • Page 75 Setting up the handset Removing application/function In configuration mode: ¤ Drag the corresponding icon back into the selection list. A QuickDial is deleted. The related entry in Contacts remains unchanged. The settings for all other functions (e.g., wake-up time) remain unchanged. Selectable applications and functions Icon Description...
  • Page 76: Changing The Display Language

    Setting up the handset Icon Description ˜ Call list ¤ ¢ Touch the icon to open the call list ( page 42). Call List  Contacts ¤ Touch the icon to open the handset's local Contacts list ¢ page 45). Contacts ¾...
  • Page 77: Configuring The Keyboard/Keypad

    Setting up the handset Configuring the keyboard/keypad You can change the appearance and behaviour of the selection fields shown in the c v a display. The settings do not correspond to the handset keys ( ¤ ¢ In the Settings menu ( page 25), touch [ g Display and Keypad].
  • Page 78: Activating/Deactivating Auto Answer

    Setting up the handset ¤ Using the right button, activate/deactivate the display backlight in the charger or outside the charger. ¤ Touch the ’ next to Backlight Timeout. Select the off time. Please note The handset's standby time can be significantly reduced if the display backlight is activated.
  • Page 79: Setting Ringtones

    Setting up the handset Setting ringtones ¤ ¢ Touch the ’ page 25), touch [ ì Audio Settings]. ¤ In the Settings menu ( next to Ringtones. You can configure the following settings: Ringtones Setting the volume ¤ Touch Ô/Ó, several times if necessary, Volume Ó...
  • Page 80: Activating/Deactivating Ringtone

    Setting up the handset Activating/deactivating ringtone You can activate/deactivate the ringtone permanently via the status page ¢ page 24). ¤ ¢ ¤ Open the status page ( page 24). Activate/deactivate the ringtone with the button to the right of Do not disturb. Deactivating the ringtone for the current call ¤...
  • Page 81: Setting Up The Base

    Setting up the base Setting up the base Activating/deactivating music on hold ¤ ¢ page 25), touch [ ì Audio Settings]. In the Settings menu ( ¤ ¤ If necessary, scroll to Music on Hold. Activate/deactivate music on hold with the corresponding button.
  • Page 82: Connecting The Base To The Pabx

    Connecting the base to the PABX ¤ ¢ In the [ Ê System] submenu: In the Settings menu ( page 25), Ê touch [ System]. ¤ Resets ¤ If necessary, scroll to Resets. Touch ¤ Handset Reset Base Reset Base Reset. Enter system PIN.
  • Page 83: Switching Temporarily To Tone Dialling (Tone)

    Connecting the base to the PABX ¤ Enter the pause after recall key: A B A for 800 ms, A B B for 1600 ms or A B 3 for 3200 ms. ¤ Enter the dialling pause (pause after access code): A A A for 1 second, A A B for 2 seconds, A A 3 for 3 seconds or A A D for 6 seconds.
  • Page 84: Service (Customer Care)

    Service (Customer Care) Service (Customer Care) You have questions? As a Gigaset customer, you can take advantage of our compre- hensive service offerings. You can find help quickly in this User Manual and in the service pages of our Gigaset online portal. Please register your phone right after purchase.
  • Page 85: Questions And Answers

    Service (Customer Care) Questions and answers If you have any questions about the use of your phone, you can contact us 24/7 at www.gigaset.com/service. The table below also lists steps for troubleshooting. Registration or connection problems with a Bluetooth headset. ¥...
  • Page 86: Exclusion Of Liability

    You cannot listen to messages on the network mailbox. ¥ Your PABX is set to pulse dialling. Set your PABX to tone dialling. Gigaset SL910A only: No time is specified for a message in the call list. ¥ ¢ Date/time have not been set.
  • Page 87: Updating The Base Firmware

    Updating the base firmware Updating the base firmware Whenever there are new or improved functions for your Gigaset base, firmware updates are made available on the Internet for you to download directly (without a PC) to your base. You need a router to connect the base to the Internet, which is connected via a modem (may be integrated in the router) to the Internet, and an Ethernet cable (Cat 5 with 2 RJ45 Western modular plugs).
  • Page 88: Starting A Firmware Update

    Updating the base firmware Starting a firmware update Prerequisite: The base is connected to the Internet and is in idle status. Starting the firmware update manually ¤ ¢ Ê In the Settings menu ( page 25), touch [ System]. ¤ Touch the corresponding ’.
  • Page 89: Accessing Additional Functions Via The Pc Interface

    Accessing additional functions via the PC interface Accessing additional functions via the PC interface To enable your handset to communicate with a PC, the "Gigaset QuickSync (Version 7 or higher)" program must be installed on your PC (free to download and more information at www.gigaset.com/gigasetSL910).
  • Page 90: Checking Base/Handset Service Information

    Checking base/handset service information Checking base/handset service information You will need the service information when you call our hotline. Base service information: Prerequisite: You are trying to establish an external call or are conducting an exter- nal call. ¤ Briefly touch any point in the status bar to show the required service information in the display.
  • Page 91: Guarantee Certificate United Kingdom

    Checking base/handset service information Guarantee Certificate United Kingdom Without prejudice to any claim the user (customer) may have in relation to the dealer or retailer, the customer shall be granted a manufacturer's Guarantee under the conditions set out below: In the case of new devices and their components exhibiting defects resulting from manufacturing and/or material faults within 24 months of purchase, Gigaset Communications shall, at its own option and free of charge, either replace the device with another device reflecting the current state of the art, or...
  • Page 92: Guarantee Certificate Ireland

    Checking base/handset service information Guarantee Certificate Ireland Without prejudice to any claim the user (customer) may have in relation to the dealer or retailer, the customer shall be granted a manufacturer’s Guarantee under the conditions set out below: In the case of new devices and their components exhibiting defects resulting from manufacturing and/or material faults within 24 months of purchase, Gigaset Communications shall, at its own option and free of charge, either replace the device with another device reflecting the current state of the art, or...
  • Page 93: Environment

    Environment To invoke this Guarantee, please contact the Gigaset Communications helpdesk on 1850 777 277. This number is also to be found in the accompanying user guide. Please note Signs of wear on the display and metal frame are excluded from the warranty. Environment Our environmental mission statement We, Gigaset Communications GmbH, bear social responsibility and are actively...
  • Page 94: Appendix

    Appendix Appendix Caring for your telephone Wipe the base, charger and handset with a damp cloth (do not use solvent or a microfiber cloth) or an antistatic cloth. Never use a dry cloth, this can cause static. Contact with liquid If the handset has come into contact with liquid: 1.
  • Page 95: General Specifications

    Appendix Handset operating times/charging times The operating time of your Gigaset depends on the capacity and age of the battery and the way it is used. (All times are maximum possible times). Standby time (hours) * Standby time in Eco Mode+ (hours) * Talktime (hours) Operating time for 1.5 hours of calls per day (hours) * Operating time in Eco Mode+ for 1.5 hours of calls per day (hours) * 75...
  • Page 96 Appendix Bluetooth Radio frequency range 2402–2480 MHz Transmission power 4 mW pulse power Pin connections on the telephone jack 1 unused 2 unused 5 unused 6 unused...
  • Page 97: Using Open Source Software Contained In The Product

    Using Open Source software contained in the product Using Open Source software contained in the product The firmware for your Gigaset phone includes integrated Open Source Software included in the Open Source licensed software from third-party provid- delivery ers. These integrated Open Source software files are pro- tected by copyright.
  • Page 98 Using Open Source software contained in the product GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE missions for other licensees extend to the entire whole, and thus to each and every part regardless of who wrote it. Thus, it is not the intent of this section to claim rights or contest your rights to work written entirely by you;...
  • Page 99 Using Open Source software contained in the product 6. Each time you redistribute the Program (or any work derivatives of our free software and of promoting the sha- based on the Program), the recipient automatically recei- ring and reuse of software generally. ves a license from the original licensor to copy, distribute or modify the Program subject to these terms and condi- NO WARRANTY...
  • Page 100: Gnu Lesser General Public License (Lgpl)

    Using Open Source software contained in the product certain responsibilities for you if you distribute copies of Gnomovision version 69, Copyright (C) <year> <name the library or if you modify it. of author> For example, if you distribute copies of the library, whe- Gnomovision comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WAR- ther gratis or for a fee, you must give the recipients all the RANTY;...
  • Page 101 Using Open Source software contained in the product The precise terms and conditions for copying, distribu- d) If a facility in the modified Library refers to a func- tion and modification follow. Pay close attention to the tion or a table of data to be supplied by an applica- difference between a "work based on the library"...
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  • Page 104: Index

    Index Index ......Back function Backlight ......display Base .
  • Page 105 Index Call swapping ......Country ......Call waiting setting .
  • Page 106 Index de-registering ........display backlight .
  • Page 107 Index Internal call ......Menu ......
  • Page 108 Index ....... . PABX Range .....
  • Page 109 Index Signal tone, see Advisory tones ......Silent alert ......Unknown Skip-back function (answering .

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