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Siemens Gigaset SL400 User Manual

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Gigaset Communications GmbH
Frankenstr. 2a, D-46395 Bocholt
Manufactured by Gigaset Communications GmbH
under trademark license of Siemens AG.
As of 1 Oct. 2011 Gigaset products bearing the
trademark 'Siemens' will exclusively use the trademark 'Gigaset' .
© Gigaset Communications GmbH 2010
All rights reserved. Subject to availability.
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  • Page 1 Manufactured by Gigaset Communications GmbH under trademark license of Siemens AG. As of 1 Oct. 2011 Gigaset products bearing the trademark 'Siemens' will exclusively use the trademark 'Gigaset' . © Gigaset Communications GmbH 2010 All rights reserved. Subject to availability.
  • Page 2: Gigaset Sl400 - Your High-Quality Accessory

    Gigaset SL400 – your high-quality accessory Gigaset SL400 – your high-quality accessory Congratulations, you are holding the slimmest and smallest Gigaset ever made. This phone sets new standards not only with its high-quality genuine metal frame, metal keypad and its 1.8´´...
  • Page 3: Brief Overview

    Brief overview Brief overview ¢ 1 Display in idle state 2 Battery charge status ( ¢ page 17) ¢ 3 Display keys ( page 4) 4 Message key ( page 40) Access to call and message lists; Flashes: new message or new call 5 End call key, On/Off key End call, cancel function, go back one menu level (press briefly), back to idle state (press...
  • Page 4: Display Symbols

    Display symbols Display symbols The following symbols are displayed dependent on the settings and the operating status of your telephone: ¢ Signal strength i( page 52) ¢ or ECO Mode+ icon ¼ ( page 52) ¢ Bluetooth activated ( page 61) or ô/ õ...
  • Page 5: Display Keys

    Display keys Other display symbols Information Please wait... Query Ð ¶ Û ¢ Room monitor activated Action failed Action complete page 59) ‰ À Á Switch from earpiece to Switch from handsfree to ¢ ¢ ¢ handsfree mode earpiece mode Snooze mode ‹...
  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Contents Gigaset SL400 – your high-quality accessory ......1 Brief overview ........... . . 2 Display symbols .
  • Page 7 Contents Using the directory and lists ........35 Directory .
  • Page 8 Contents Defining handset settings ......... 63 Quick dialling numbers and functions .
  • Page 9: Safety Precautions

    Safety precautions Safety precautions Warning Be sure to read this user guide and the safety precautions before using your telephone. 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. Use only rechargeable batteries that correspond to the specification provided on page 79, as this could otherwise result in significant health risks and personal injury.
  • Page 10: First Steps

    First steps First steps Checking the package contents One Gigaset SL400 base One base cover stand One power adapter for the base One Gigaset handset One battery One battery cover One belt clip One charger One power adapter for the charger...
  • Page 11: Installing The Base And Charger

    First steps Installing the base and charger The base and charger are designed for use in dry rooms in a temperature range of +5°C to +45°C. ¤ Install the base on a level, non-slip surface at a central point in the building or ¢...
  • Page 12: Connecting The Base

    First steps Connecting the base ¤ Connect power adapter phone jack to the base and place the cables in the cable recesses. ¤ Place the cover in the notches on the back of the base and click into place (not if mounting on the wall). ¤...
  • Page 13: Connecting The Charger

    First steps Connecting the charger ¤ Connect the flat plug from the power adapter 1. ¤ Plug the power adapter into the plug socket 2. To disconnect the plug from the charger, press the release button disconnect the plug 4.
  • 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 battery and closing the battery cover Warning Use only the rechargeable battery recommended by Gigaset Communications ¢ GmbH ( page 79) as this could otherwise result in significant health risks and personal injury.
  • Page 15 First steps To reopen the battery cover to replace the battery: ¤ Remove the belt clip (if attached). ¤ Insert your fingernail into the notch at the bottom of the casing and pull the battery cover upwards. To change the battery, insert your fingernail into the notch in the casing and pull the battery upwards.
  • Page 16 First steps First battery charge and discharge The correct charge status can only be displayed if the battery is first fully charged and discharged. ¤ Place the handset in the charger for three hours. ¤ Once the battery is fully charged, remove the handset from the 3hour charger and do not...
  • Page 17: Setting The Date And Time

    First steps Setting the date and 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 auto- matically.
  • Page 18 First steps ¤ Back Save §Save§ Press the key below on the dis- play screen to confirm your entry. Date/Time ‰ Saved The display shows Saved. You will hear a confirmation tone and the handset will automatically return to idle state. Display in idle state Once the phone is registered and the time set, the idle state is shown as in this example.
  • Page 19: Establishing The Mini Usb Connection

    First steps Establishing the mini USB connection The mini USB connection is on the underside of your Gigaset handset. Connecting the headset with jack connectors You can connect the headset with a 2.5 mm jack connector using the USB-to-jack adapter (available from Service). See the relevant product page at for information on recom- mended headsets.
  • Page 20: What Would You Like To Do Next

    First steps What would you like to do next? Now you have successfully set up your Gigaset, you will certainly want to adapt it to your personal requirements. Use the following guide to quickly locate the most important subjects. If you are unfamiliar with menu-driven devices such as other Gigaset telephones, ¢...
  • Page 21: Using The Phone

    Using the phone Using the phone Using the control key Below, the side of the control key that you must press in the respective operating situation is marked in black (top, bottom, right, left, centre), e.g., v for "press right on the control key" or w for "press the centre of the control key".
  • Page 22: Using Keys On The Keypad

    Using the phone Using keys on the keypad c / Q / * etc. Press the matching key on the handset. Enter digits or letters. Correcting incorrect entries You can fix incorrect characters in the input fields by navigating to the incorrect entry using the control key.
  • Page 23: Activating/Deactivating The Handset

    Using the phone Submenus The functions in the submenus are displayed as lists (as Settings shown on the right). To access a function: Date/Time ¤ Scroll to the function with the control key q and Audio Settings §OK§ press Display + Keypad §Back§...
  • Page 24: Using This Guide

    Using the phone Using this guide The operating steps are shown in abbreviated form. Example: The illustration: Ï ¢ ¢ ¢ Eco Mode Eco Mode+ (³ = on) means: ¤ Press right on the control key v to open the main menu. ¤...
  • Page 25 Using the phone Eco Mode ³ ¤ Press down on the control key s Eco Mode ´ until the Eco Mode+ menu option Eco Mode+ appears on the display. Back Change ¤ §Change§ Press the display key activate/deactivate the function. Eco Mode ³...
  • Page 26: Menu Overview

    Menu overview Menu overview Setting simplified or expert mode • The menu display can be extended (expert mode ) or simplified. Expert mode is the active • default setting. Settings or functions that are only available in expert mode are marked in these insructions by the icon.
  • Page 27 Menu overview Ë You have activated an SMS mailbox (general or private) without a PIN ¢ New SMS page 42 ¢ Incoming page 44 ¢ Draft page 43 You have activated an SMS mailbox with a PIN or 2-3 mailboxes ¢...
  • Page 28: Menu View

    Menu overview Ï Settings ¢ Date/Time page 16 ¢ Audio Settings Handset Volume page 65 ¢ Handsfree Profiles • page 66 ¢ Advisory Tones page 69 ¢ Silent Alert page 67 ¢ Ringtones(Handset) • page 66 ¢ Music on hold page 70 ¢...
  • Page 29: Making Calls

    Making calls Making calls Ending a call Press the end call key. If the display backlight is deactivated ¢ page 65), it can be reactivated by press- Accepting a call ing any key. Digit keys appear on the display for pre-dialling; all other keys do not have The handset indicates an incoming call in any further functions.
  • Page 30: Using Calling Line Identification

    Making calls Using Calling Line Display with CNIP Identification If you have CNIP, then the name (town/city) that is registered with your network provider When you receive a call, the caller's number for the caller's number will also be displayed. and/or name is displayed on the screen if the If the number of the caller is stored in your following conditions are met:...
  • Page 31: Switching To Mute

    Making calls Activating/deactivating handsfree Specifying automatic mode network provider code (preselection) Activating while dialling Enter the number and press the You can store a call-by-call number (prese- handsfree key. ¤ lection number), which is automatically Inform your caller before you use the placed in front of numbers when you dial handsfree function so that the caller them.
  • Page 32 Making calls Saving or changing entries in the preselection lists Each of the two lists can contain 20 entries, each with 6 digits. Numbers may be prefixed according to the country in the "With Preselection" list. This means, for example, that all national calls or calls to the mobile network are automati- cally linked to the preselection number you Ï...
  • Page 33: Making Calls Using Network Services

    Making calls using network services Making calls using Rejecting a waiting call You can hear the call waiting tone but do not network services want to speak to the caller. ¢ §Options§ Reject Waiting call Network services are functions that your The caller hears the busy tone.
  • Page 34: Using Consultation Call, Call Swap, Conference

    Making calls using network services Using consultation call, call Call swap swap, conference You can speak to both callers one at a time (call swap). These functions enable you to: Prerequisite: You are conducting an exter- Call a second external caller (consultation nal call and have called a second participant call) (consultation call) or have accepted a wait-...
  • Page 35: Using Additional Functions

    Making calls using network services Using additional functions Activating/deactivating the network mailbox Fixed destination call The network mailbox can be activated and deactivated. If you remove the telephone from the charg- ing cradle or press the talk key c the ¢...
  • Page 36: Using The Directory And Lists

    Using the directory and lists Using the directory and Saving a number in the directory ¢ <New Entry> lists ¤ You can enter data in the following fields: First Name:/Surname: The options are: Enter first names and/or surnames. Directory If you do not enter a name in either of the Redial list fields, the phone number is saved and Incoming SMS message list...
  • Page 37: Dialling With The Directory

    Using the directory and lists Order of directory entries The following functions can be selected with q: Directory entries are generally sorted alpha- Display Number betically by surname. Spaces and digits take To edit or add to a saved number, or to Ó...
  • Page 38: Another Handset

    Using the directory and lists Copy All Transferring the directory as a to Internal: Send the complete list to a vCard with Bluetooth ¢ ¢ handset ( page 37). In Bluetooth mode ( page 61), you can vCard via Bluetooth: Send the complete transfer directory entries in vCard format, list in vCard format via Bluetooth.
  • Page 39 Using the directory and lists Copying a number or e-mail Deactivating anniversaries ¢ s (Select entry) address from the directory §View§ §Edit§ In some operating situations, you can open Press the display keys one after the directory to copy a number or e-mail the other.
  • Page 40: Redial List

    Using the directory and lists Redial list Incoming SMS message list The redial list contains the twenty numbers All received SMS messages are saved in the ¢ last dialled with the handset (max. 32 digits). incoming message list ( page 44). If one of the numbers is in the directory, the corresponding name is displayed.
  • Page 41: Opening Lists With The Message Key

    Using the directory and lists §View§ Select the display key to access addi- Opening lists with the tional information, including for example message key the number linked to the name. If you have Use the message key f to open the fol- CNIP, then the name and town registered with your network provider for this number lowing list selection:...
  • Page 42: Missed Alarms List

    Using the directory and lists of the list and are marked in a bold font. Messages & Calls Calls: Missed Alarms: SMS: Back Select a list with q. To open, press §OK§ Missed alarms list Missed (unacknowledged) appointments ¢ from the calendar ( page 53) and anniver- ¢...
  • Page 43: Sending Sms (Text Messages)

    Sending SMS (text messages) Sending SMS (text Please note For instructions on entering text and messages) special characters, please see page 80. An SMS may contain up to 612 char- Your phone is delivered ready to send SMS acters. If there are more than 160 messages immediately.
  • Page 44 Sending SMS (text messages) Draft SMS list Deleting draft SMS list ¤ Open the draft message list and then: You can save an SMS in the draft SMS list, and §Options§ Open menu. edit and send it later. Delete All Saving an SMS in the draft SMS list ¤...
  • Page 45: Receiving An Sms

    Sending SMS (text messages) Sending SMS messages as a fax Incoming SMS list You can also send an SMS to a fax machine. The incoming message list contains: All received SMS messages, starting with Prerequisite: Your network provider sup- the most recent. ports this feature.
  • Page 46 Sending SMS (text messages) Reading or deleting SMS messages Copying the number to the ¤ directory Open the incoming message list, then: Select SMS. Copying the sender's number ¤ §Read§ Press the display key. The text is Open the incoming message list and ¢...
  • Page 47: Sms With Vcard

    Sending SMS (text messages) • SMS with vCard Receiving notifications via SMS The vCard is an electronic business card. It is displayed by the Å icon in the body of the You can be notified about missed calls via SMS. SMS.
  • Page 48: Using Sms Mailboxes

    Sending SMS (text messages) §Save§ Using SMS mailboxes Press the display key. Active mailboxes are marked with μ in the The general mailbox is the default setting. mailbox list. They are shown in the SMS list Anyone can access this mailbox and it can- and can, if necessary, be displayed by press- ing the message key f.
  • Page 49: Setting Sms Centres

    Sending SMS (text messages) Save Setting SMS centres Press the display key. Please note SMS messages are exchanged between SMS Ask your service provider for details on centres operated by service providers. You entering service numbers if you wish to must enter the SMS centre through which use personal mailboxes (prerequisite: you wish to send and receive SMS messages...
  • Page 50: Using Sms Services

    Sending SMS (text messages) Using SMS services Receiving SMS on a PABX You can only receive an SMS when Call- You can have your service provider send you ing Line Identification is forwarded to specific information by SMS (e.g., weather the extension of the PABX (CLIP).
  • Page 51: Sms Troubleshooting

    Sending SMS (text messages) SMS troubleshooting The SMS is played back. 1. The "display call number" feature is not acti- Error codes when sending vated. ¥ Ask your service provider to activate this function (chargeable). E0 Calling Line Identification permanently restricted (CLIR) or Calling Line Identification 2.
  • Page 52: Using The Network Mailbox

    Using the network mailbox Using the network Viewing the network mailbox message mailbox When a message is recorded, you receive a The network mailbox is your network pro- call from the network mailbox. If you have vider's answering machine within the net- requested Calling Line Identification, the work.
  • Page 53: Eco Dect

    ECO DECT ECO DECT Status displays Display icon You are helping to protect the environment Reception strength: with your Gigaset SL400. Ð i Ñ Ò – good to poor Reducing energy consumption (flashes) – no reception Ð white Eco Mode deactivated Your telephone has a power-saving adapter Ð...
  • Page 54: Setting An Appointment (Calendar)

    Setting an appointment (calendar) Setting an appointment Date: Enter day/month/year in 8-digit format. (calendar) Time: Enter hours/minutes in 4-digit format. You can use your handset to remind yourself Text: of up to 30 appointments. Anniversaries Enter text (max. of 16 characters). The ¢...
  • Page 55: Displaying Missed Appointments, Anniversaries

    Setting an appointment (calendar) §SMS§ Press the display key to respond Displaying missed to the appointment reminder appointments, anniversaries with an SMS. Missed appointments/anniversaries Please note ¢ page 38) are displayed in the Missed During a call, the appointment reminder Alarms list if: is signalled by a short tone.
  • Page 56: Setting The Alarm Clock

    Setting the alarm clock Setting the alarm clock Deactivating the wake-up call/ repeating after a pause (snooze mode) Prerequisite: The date and time have ¢ already been set ( page 16). Prerequisite: A wake-up call is sounding. §OFF§ Press the display key. The wake- Activating/deactivating the alarm up call is deactivated.
  • Page 57: Using Multiple Handsets

    Using multiple handsets Using multiple handsets Registering other handsets You can register other Gigaset handsets and handsets for other devices with GAP func- Registering handsets tionality as follows. 1) On the handset You can register up to six handsets to your ¤...
  • Page 58: Changing The Base

    Using multiple handsets Changing the base Transferring a call to another handset If your handset is registered to more than You can transfer an external call to another one base, you can set it to a particular base handset (connect). or to the base that has the best reception Open the list of handsets.
  • Page 59: Listening In To An External Call

    Using multiple handsets • §Conference§ Press the display key. Activating/deactivating All 3 participants are connected listening in Ï ¢ ¢ ¢ with each other. Telephony Listening In Please note §Change§ Press to activate/deactivate the func- If only two handsets are registered, tion (³...
  • Page 60: Changing A Handset's Internal Number

    Using a handset as a room monitor Changing a handset's If you accept an incoming call, the room monitor is suspended for the duration of the internal number call, but the function remains activated. If you deactivate then reactivate the hand- A handset is automatically assigned the set, the room monitor remains activated.
  • Page 61 Using a handset as a room monitor Activating the room monitor and Changing the set destination entering the destination number number É É ¢ ¢ ¢ ¢ Room Monitor Room Monitor ¤ ¤ You can enter data in the following fields: Enter and save number as described in "Activating the room monitor and enter- Activation:...
  • Page 62: Using Bluetooth Devices

    Using Bluetooth devices Using Bluetooth devices Registering Bluetooth devices The distance between the handset in Blue- Your Gigaset handset can communicate tooth mode and the activated Bluetooth wirelessly via Bluetooth™ with other devices device (headset or data device) should be no using this technology.
  • Page 63: The Handset

    Using Bluetooth devices Editing the list of known (trusted) Rejecting/accepting an devices unregistered Bluetooth device If a Bluetooth device that is not registered in Open list ò ¢ ¢ the list of known devices tries to connect Known Devices with the handset, you will be prompted on A corresponding icon appears next to each the display to enter the PIN for the Bluetooth device name in the list displayed:...
  • Page 64: Defining Handset Settings

    Defining handset settings Defining handset Selecting numbers/changing an assignment settings Prerequisite: The digit key already has a number assigned to it. Your handset is preconfigured, but you can When the handset is in idle state ¤ change the settings to suit your individual Press and hold the digit key: requirements.
  • Page 65: Changing The Display Language

    Defining handset settings ¤ Changing the display You can enter data in the following fields: Activation: language Select On (screensaver is displayed) or Off (no screensaver). You can view the display texts in different Selection: languages. Ï ¢ ¢ Select screensaver or Language The current language is indicated by a Ø.
  • Page 66: Setting Keypad Illumination

    Defining handset settings • • Setting the display backlight Activating/deactivating auto answer Depending on whether or not the handset is in the charger, you can activate or deactivate the backlight. If it is activated, the display is If this function is activated, you can simply permanently dimmed.
  • Page 67: Setting A Handsfree Profile

    Defining handset settings Configure setting (see above). Changing ringtones Please note Volume: The settings for the earpiece also You can choose between five volumes (1– 5; e.g., volume 3 = Š) and the "cre- apply to a connected headset. You can also set the call volume using ¢...
  • Page 68 Defining handset settings If time control is activated: Activating/deactivating the ringtone/silent alert Suspend ring. from: Enter the start of the period in 4-digit for- You can mat. Permanently deactivate the ringtone in Suspend ring. until: idle state or when receiving a call Enter the end of the period in 4-digit for- Deactivate the ringtone and silent alert mat.
  • Page 69: Using The Resource Directory

    Defining handset settings Using the Resource Directory Sounds: The selected sound is played back immedi- The resource directory on the handset man- ately. Switch between the sounds using the q key. ages sounds, which you can use as ring- tones, and pictures, which you can use as You can set the volume during playback.
  • Page 70: Activating/Deactivating Advisory Tones

    Defining handset settings • Ñ Activating/deactivating If necessary, delete number: press the display key. advisory tones Enter number. §Save§ Press the display key. Your handset uses advisory tones to tell you about different activities and statuses. The Example: following advisory tones can be activated/ Area Codes deactivated independently of each other: Key tones: every key press is confirmed.
  • Page 71: Setting The Base

    Setting the base • Setting the base Protecting against unauthorised access The base settings are changed using a regis- tered Gigaset handset. Protect the system settings of the base with • a PIN known only to you. The system PIN must be entered when, for example, regis- Activating/deactivating tering/de-registering a handset to/from the...
  • Page 72: Resetting The Base To The Default Settings

    Setting the base • Resetting the base to the default settings When the settings are restored: Date and time are retained Handsets are still registered Eco Mode is activated and Eco Mode+ is deactivated, The system PIN is not reset. Ï...
  • Page 73: Connecting The Base To The Pabx

    Connecting the base to the PABX Connecting the base to Setting recall Your phone is preset at the factory for oper- the PABX ation on the main connection. For operation on a PABX, you may have to change this The following settings are only necessary if value.
  • Page 74: Setting Pauses

    Connecting the base to the PABX Setting pauses Switching temporarily to tone dialling (DTMF) Changing the pause after line If your PABX still operates with pulse dialling seizure (PD), but you need tone dialling for a con- You can change the length of the pause that nection (e.g., to listen to the network mail- is inserted between pressing the talk key box), you must switch to tone dialling for the...
  • Page 75: Customer Service & Assistance

    Customer Service & Assistance Customer Service & Assistance You have questions? As a Gigaset customer, you can take advantage of our comprehensive serv- ice offerings. You can find help quickly in this User Manual and in the service pages of our Gigaset online portal.
  • Page 76: Questions And Answers

    Customer Service & Assistance Questions and answers You cannot hear a ringtone/dialling tone from the fixed line network. If you have any questions about the use of The phone cord supplied has not been used or has been replaced by a new cord with the wrong your phone, you can contact us 24/7 at ¥...
  • Page 77: Authorisation

    Customer Service & Assistance Authorisation This device is designed for the analogic tele- phone connection in the greek telephone net. Gigaset Communications GmbH hereby declares that the phone described in this user guide is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of European Directive 1999/5/EC (R&TTE).
  • Page 78: Guarantee Certificate

    Customer Service & Assistance Guarantee Certificate 3.Stock, Modecenterstraße 17, 1110 Vienna, Austria. Without prejudice to any claim the user (cus- Any claims that differ from or extend tomer) may have in relation to the dealer, the beyond these mentioned in this manu- customer shall be granted a manufacturer's facturer’s warranty shall be excluded, Guarantee under the conditions set out...
  • Page 79: Protecting Our Environment

    Protecting our environment Protecting our Disposal Batteries should not be disposed of in gen- environment eral household waste. Observe the local waste disposal regulations, details of which can be obtained from your local authority. Our environmental mission All electrical and electronic equipment must statement be disposed of separately from general household waste using the sites designated...
  • Page 80: Appendix

    Appendix Appendix Specifications Batteries Caring for your telephone Technology: Lithium ion (Li-Ion): Wipe the device with a damp cloth or an Voltage: 3.7 V antistatic cloth. Do not use solvent or a Capacity: 750 mAh microfibre cloth. Type: V30145-K1310-X445 Never use a dry cloth as this can cause static. The handset is supplied with the recom- mended battery.
  • Page 81: Writing And Editing Text

    Appendix General specifications Writing and editing text The following rules apply when writing text: Each key between Q and O is DECT standard Is supported GAP standard Is supported assigned several letters and characters. Control the cursor with u v t s. No.
  • Page 82: Accessing Additional Functions Via The Pc Interface

    Accessing additional functions via the PC interface Writing an SMS/names Accessing additional ¤ Enter the individual letters/characters by functions via the PC pressing the corresponding key. interface The characters assigned to the key are shown in a selection line at the bottom left of the screen.
  • Page 83 Accessing additional functions via the PC interface ¤ Press and hold keys 4 and L with Completing a firmware update ¤ the index and middle finger. Connect your phone to your PC using a ¢ USB data cable ( page 18). ¤...
  • Page 84: Accessories

    Accessories Accessories Gigaset handsets Upgrade your Gigaset to a cordless PABX: Gigaset SL400 handset Genuine metal frame and keypad High-quality keypad illumination 1.8´´ TFT colour display Bluetooth® and mini USB Directory for up to 500 vCards Talk/standby time of up to 14h/230h...
  • Page 85 Accessories Gigaset C59H handset Social life management with room monitor and birthday reminders Individual programming of ringtones with 6 VIP-groups High-quality keypad with illumination 1.8´´ TFT colour display Directory for up to 150 vCards Talk/standby time of up to 12h/180h, standard batteries Large font for call lists and directory Brilliant sound quality in handsfree mode Screensaver (digital clock)
  • Page 86 Accessories Gigaset E49H handset Resistant to shocks, dust and water splashes Hardy illuminated keypad Colour display Directory for up to 150 entries Talk/standby time of up to 12h/250h Standard batteries Brilliant sound quality in handsfree mode Screensaver ECO DECT Alarm clock Room monitor SMS with up to 640 characters
  • Page 87: Mounting The Base On The Wall

    Mounting the base on the wall Mounting the base on the wall 48 mm approx. 2.5 mm...
  • Page 88: Index

    Index Index Backlight ..... . display ..... keypad .
  • Page 89 Index Call-by-call ..... room monitor ....
  • Page 90 Index keypad backlight ........large font ....Earpiece volume .
  • Page 91 Index Medical equipment ....Memory .
  • Page 92 Index Reminder call ......... Repeater .
  • Page 93 Index writing ....SMS centre ....changing number ..... . setting .