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TD61-2472A
WirelessIP 5000 User's Manual
(v2.0.0)
Hitachi Cable, Ltd.

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    TD61-2472A WirelessIP 5000 User's Manual (v2.0.0) Hitachi Cable, Ltd.

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    User's Manual NAMES & FUNCTIONS OF DEVICE PARTS ...1 1.1..1 ISPLAYED ICONS 1.2..3 UMBER PAD INPUT TABLE 1.2.1 Text input mode ...3 APPLICATION...6 2.1. ON ...6 OWER 2.2. OFF ...6 OWER 2.3..7 2.4..7 ECEIVE 2.5..8 ONTACT LIST 2.5.1 New registration ...9...

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    User's Manual 2.9.7.5 Caller ID...63 2.9.7.6 User Data Reset...64 2.9.8 Courtesy mode On/Off...64 2.9.9 KeyLock/ KeyUnlock ...66 2.10..67 ETWORK 2.10.1 Site Scan...68 2.10.2 Ping Test ...69 2.10.2.1 Manual ...69 2.10.2.2 1st Proxy ...69 2.10.2.3 2nd Proxy ...70 2.10.2.4 Gateway ...71 2.10.2.5 TFTP server...71 2.10.3 Network Reload ...72...

  • Page 4: Names & Functions Of Device Parts

    Shows that the alarm is On. Alarm clock setting Displayed when there is an unread message. Shows that the keys are locked. When this mode is On, key operation is disabled. Shows the remaining battery capacity. The more lines, the more capacity remains. Hitachi Cable Figure 1 1/84...

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    Press and hold down to switch the power On/Off Number pad (0-9, *, #): Inputs numbers and letters for dialing etc. Also used for menu shortcuts. Standby *: Press and hold down to switch the courtesy mode. Hitachi Cable Table 11 : Received Calls : Outgoing Calls...

  • Page 6: Number Pad Input Table

    With the WirelessIP5000, you can use the number pad to input letters. On the input screen, you use the LeftSoft key to switch the input mode (uppercase/lowercase/special characters). * The mode switching depends on the item being input. Hitachi Cable Text input mode Character assignments 1 / ,...

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    The type of symbol can be selected using the dial pad by selecting Code. Select Code on the dial pad. Define the Code by pressing the When hiragana syllabic letters are selected, after input you can convert to kanji ideograms with the keys. Press the key to confirm the character. Hitachi Cable key.

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    User's Manual To delete the input character, press the Clear key. Hitachi Cable...

  • Page 9: Application

    User's Manual 2. Application 2.1. Power ON Switching on the power for the phone With the power Off, if you hold down the End key for at least 1 second, a screen like that in the figure on the right is displayed and the power comes *The messages "Waiting…", "Loading…", and "Running…"...

  • Page 10: Call

    User's Manual 2.3. Call Inputting the telephone number and making a call If a set telephone number is displayed on the screen, you can receive a call. Note! If the telephone number is not set correctly, "NotRegister" or "Network Fail" is displayed. Input the telephone number, then press the Send key.

  • Page 11: Contact List

    User's Manual When a call comes in, the other party's telephone number is displayed on the screen. If their name is registered in the contacts list, their name is displayed above the telephone number. You can answer the incoming call by pressing the Send key. * During call reception, "Receiving"...

  • Page 12: New Registration

    User's Manual 2.5.1 New registration 2.5.1.1 Registration from a telephone number Inputting a telephone number to register it into the contact list Input the telephone number, then press the LeftSoft key to select the sub- menu and select "2. Save". Please enter your information.

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    User's Manual Please enter your information. Input the necessary information (name, kana syllabic letters for name pronunciation, telephone number, group, speed dialing number), then press to save this information. If you press the key without inputting a telephone number, the <Warning>...

  • Page 14: Registration From Search Results

    User's Manual 2.5.1.3 Registration from search results Registering details into the contact list from search results Displaying the search results. (See the section on searches.) Select the number you want to register, press the LeftSoft key to select the sub-menu, and select "1. Add". H it a c hi C ab le 1 1 /8 4...

  • Page 15: Registration From A Call Log

    User's Manual Input the information. Input the necessary information (name, kana syllabic letters for name pronunciation, telephone number, group, speed dialing number), then press to save this information. 2.5.1.4 Registration from a call log Registering details into the contact list from the call log. Displays the call logs.

  • Page 16: Registration From Im

    User's Manual 2.5.1.5 Registration from IM Registering details into the contact list from the IM Inbox, drafts, or Outbox. Display the IM menu. (See the section on IM.) Select "1. Inbox". Select "1. Text Message". If there is a message, this will display as the diagram on the right. After selecting the message to register from, press the LeftSoft key to select the sub-menu, then select "3.

  • Page 17: Registration From Presence

    User's Manual 2.5.1.6 Registration from presence Registering details into the contact list from the presence user list or block list. Displays the presence menu. (See the section on presence.) Select "1. User list" or "3. Block list". If this has already been registered, this will display as follows. After selecting the user you wish to register, press the LeftSoft key to select the sub-menu, then select "3.

  • Page 18: Call From Contact List

    User's Manual 2.5.2 Call from contact list Making a call from the contact list. From the contact list menu, select "1. Search". There are the following five methods for finding a telephone number. (1) Pronunciation (2) By name (3) By telephone number (4) By group ( 5) Abbreviated Numbers The search results are displayed as in the figure on the right.

  • Page 19: Group Revision

    User's Manual 2.5.3 Group revision Adding and deleting group names. From the contact list menu, select "3 Revise group". The“1.Default” is that groups can not be revised or erased. You can create up to 10 groups. To add a group, press the LeftSoft key to select the sub-menu, then select "1.

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    User's Manual To delete a group, select the group to delete, press the LeftSoft key to select the sub-menu, then select "3. Delete". * After the deletion completion message is displayed, the display returns to the contact list menu. To change a group (name), select the group to change, then press the key.

  • Page 21: Erase One Item From Contact List

    User's Manual 2.5.4 Erase one item from contact list Deleting one data item from the contact list. From the contact list menu, select "1. Search". Search for the telephone number you want to delete. (See the section on calling from the contact list.) Select the telephone number to delete, then press the LeftSoft key to select the sub-menu, then select "3.

  • Page 22: Erase All

    User's Manual A confirmation message is displayed. With the "Yes" or "No". If you select "Yes", the "Deletion complete" message is displayed immediately, then the display returns to the contact list menu. 2.5.5 Erase all Deleting all the data in the contact list. From the contact list menu, select "4.

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    User's Manual If you select "Yes", the process for deleting the entire contact list starts. The "Deletion complete" message is displayed immediately, then the display returns to the contact list menu. 2.6. IM Displays the mail menu. Press the LeftSoft key to select the menu item. Select "2.

  • Page 24: Inbox

    User's Manual 2.6.1 Inbox Displays, edits, and deletes received messages. From the IM menu, select "1. Inbox". If there is an unread message, a screen is displayed showing the number of unread messages. After this screen goes out, when you select “1. Text Msg.” a list of the unread messages is displayed.

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    User's Manual To reply to a received message, select that message, press the LeftSoft key to select the sub-menu, then select "1. Reply". Input the message with the number keys and the LeftSoft key. Input the telephone number to send to. By pressing the key, a confirmation screen like that in the figure on the right is displayed.

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    User's Manual To forward a received message, select that message, press the LeftSoft key to select the sub-menu, then select "2. Forward". Input the message with the number keys and the LeftSoft key. Input the telephone number to send to. By pressing the key, a confirmation screen like that in the figure on the right is displayed.

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    User's Manual To delete a message, select the message to delete, press the LeftSoft key to select the sub-menu, then select "4. Delete". The screen in the figure on the right (3rd line) is displayed. Select whether or not to delete with the to finalize the deletion.

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    User's Manual To delete all the messages in the Inbox, press the LeftSoft key to select the sub-menu, then select "5. Delete All". H it a c hi C ab le 2 5 /8 4...

  • Page 29: New Message

    User's Manual 2.6.2 New Message Writing and sending a new message. From the IM menu, select "2. New Message". Input the message with the number keys and the LeftSoft key. Input the telephone number to send to. H it a c hi C ab le 2 6 /8 4...

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    User's Manual The message is sent with the RightSoft key in the message input column. A screen similar to that on the right will be displayed, please select “Yes”. The processing during sending is displayed as in the figure on the right. A “Send Completed”...

  • Page 31: Drafts

    User's Manual 2.6.3 Drafts An unsent message is stored temporarily. From the IM menu, select "3. Draft". If you are not sending the message right away, to save it for later use, press the End key. To save the message, select "Yes" with the key.

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    User's Manual If you press the key with the message selected in Step 3, a screen like that in the figure on the right is displayed. If you do nothing with the display screen, the message is automatically scrolled vertically. You can also use the key to check a message manually.

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    User's Manual To delete a "draft", press the LeftSoft key to select the sub-menu, then select "2. Delete". The screen in the figure on the right (3rd line) is displayed. Select whether or not to delete with the to finalize the deletion. H it a c hi C ab le keys, then press the 3 0 /8 4...

  • Page 34

    User's Manual To delete a "draft", press the LeftSoft key to select the sub-menu, then select "3. Delete All". The screen in the figure on the right (3rd line) is displayed. Select whether or not to delete with the to finalize the deletion. H it a c hi C ab le keys, then press the 3 1 /8 4...

  • Page 35: Outbox

    User's Manual 2.6.4 Outbox Displaying, editing, deleting, and re-sending of sent messages From the IM menu, select "4. Send Box". Alternatively, you can use the down. The selected message is automatically scrolled horizontally to display the entire message. To check a message manually, use the When you select the message and press the figure on the right is displayed.

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    User's Manual To edit a send message, select that message, press the LeftSoft key to select the sub-menu, then select "1. Edit". The screen becomes as in the figure on the right, so with the move to the input column you want to edit and edit it. H it a c hi C ab le keys, 3 3 /8 4...

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    User's Manual To delete a send message, select that message, press the LeftSoft key to select the sub-menu, then select "2. Delete". The screen in the figure on the right (3rd line) is displayed. Select whether or not to delete with the to finalize the deletion.

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    User's Manual To delete a send message, select that message, press the LeftSoft key to select the sub-menu, then select "3. Delete All". The screen in the figure on the right (3rd line) is displayed. Select whether or not to delete with the finalize the deletion.

  • Page 39: Setting

    User's Manual 2.6.5 Setting Configure Ringtone Mode From the IM menu, select "5. Settings". Displays configuration information. Configuration Information: Displays ringtone mode. H it a c hi C ab le 3 6 /8 4...

  • Page 40: Call Log

    User's Manual 2.7. Call log Displays the outgoing call log and the incoming call log. Press the LeftSoft key and select the menu item. A screen like that in the figure on the right is displayed. Either press the "3" on the number pad or select "3. Call logs", then press key.

  • Page 41: Details

    User's Manual Select "2.Outgoing call log". The name or telephone number called is displayed in the same way as for the incoming call log. * The date and time the call was made are displayed above the name/telephone number. Outgoing call log 2.7.1 Details Displays detailed call log information.

  • Page 42: Delete All Data

    User's Manual The screen in the figure on the right is displayed. Select whether or not to delete with the to finalize the deletion. 2.7.3 Delete all data Deleting the entire call logs. Select "3.Delete all data". H it a c hi C ab le keys, then press the 3 9 /8 4...

  • Page 43: Calling From The Call Log

    User's Manual The screen in the figure on the right is displayed. Select whether or not to delete with the to finalize the deletion. 2.7.4 Calling from the call log Making a call from a call log. With a call log displayed, you can make a call by pressing the Send key with the name/telephone number highlighted.

  • Page 44: Presence

    User's Manual 2.8. Presence Displays the presence menu. Press the LeftSoft key to select the menu. * With some connection equipment, this is not possible. A screen like that in the figure on the right (second row) is displayed. Either press the "4" on the number pad or select "4. Presence", then press key.

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    User's Manual To register a user, select the number to register, press the LeftSoft key to select the sub-menu, and select "1. Register User". Use the number pad and the LeftSoft key to enter the user's telephone number. If you try to input an Alias that is already registered, the "Already Registered"...

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    User's Manual To send a message to a registered user, select the message to send and press the LeftSoft key to select the sub-menu, then select "2. IM Send". To register a registered user to a block list, selecting the message to register, press the LeftSoft key to select the sub-menu, then select "4.

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    User's Manual To delete a registered user, select the registered user to delete, press the LeftSoft key to select the sub-menu, then select "5. Delete". The screen in the figure on the right (3rd line) is displayed. Select whether or not to delete with the to finalize the deletion.

  • Page 48: Block List

    User's Manual To delete all registered users, press the LeftSoft key to select the sub-menu, then select “6. Delete All”. The screen in the figure on the right (3rd line) is displayed. Select whether or not to delete with the to finalize the deletion.

  • Page 49

    User's Manual A list of the registered users is displayed. To register a block list, select the user to register, press the LeftSoft key to select the sub-menu, then select “1. Block Register”. H it a c hi C ab le 4 6 /8 4...

  • Page 50

    User's Manual To send a message to a registered user, select the registered user to send the message to, press the LeftSoft key to select the sub-menu, then select "2. IM Send". To delete a block of registered users, select the registered user to delete, press the LeftSoft key to select the sub-menu, then select "4.

  • Page 51

    User's Manual To delete a registered user, select the registered user to delete, press the LeftSoft key to select the sub-menu, then select "5. Delete". The screen in the figure on the right (3rd line) is displayed. Select whether or not to delete with the to finalize the deletion.

  • Page 52: Status

    User's Manual To delete all registered users, press the LeftSoft key to select the sub-menu, then select “6. Delete All”. The screen in the figure on the right (3rd line) is displayed. Select whether or not to delete with the to finalize the deletion.

  • Page 53: Setting

    User's Manual You can set the status by using the There are seven status modes. : Online : Briefly away from seat : Away from seat : Offline 2.8.4 Setting From the Presence menu, select “4. Settings”. Displays configuration information. H it a c hi C ab le keys, then pressing the key.

  • Page 54: Basic Settings Menu

    User's Manual 2.9. Basic settings menu Displays the setting menu. Press the LeftSoft key to select the menu item. A screen like that in the figure on the right (second row) is displayed. Select "5.Setting". 2.9.1 Sound/Vibration Setting the ringer/vibration type. You can switch the ringtone/ mode/ LED for inside lines and outside lines.

  • Page 55

    User's Manual You can switch the ringtone/ mode/ LED for inside lines and outside lines. To set the ringer for a call coming in on an outside line, either press the "1" on the number pad or select "1. External 1", then press the To set the ringer for a call coming in on an inside line, either press the "3"...

  • Page 56: Phone Lock

    User's Manual 2.9.2 Phone Lock From the settings menu, select "2. Phone Lock". Select "1. KeyLock password". * Do the same for the "Admin password". When you select "1. KeyLock password", the system asks you for the current password. Please enter the correct password. When you input the correct password, the system asks you to input the new password.

  • Page 57: Alarm

    User's Manual For verification, the system asks you to input the new password a second time. When you input the password, a screen like that on the right is displayed for a few seconds. Select “2. Lock Mode”. Select either “Password” or “No Password” with the 2.9.3 Alarm From the settings menu, select "3.

  • Page 58: Volume

    User's Manual Select either “1. Alarm”, “2. Alarm”, or “3. Alarm”. Displays configuration information. (Settings, Time, Bell, No. of Times) 2.9.4 Volume Adjusting the volume of WirelessIP5000. From the settings menu, select "4. Volume". Displays configuration information. (Ringtone Volume, Headset Volume, Call Volume, Notify Volume) Adjust the volume with the H it a c hi C ab le...

  • Page 59: Error Lamp

    User's Manual 2.9.5 Error Lamp From the setting menu, select “5. Error Notify”. Select “1. Service Lamp”. Displays configuration information. (Use Lamp, Mode, Interval) H it a c hi C ab le 5 6 /8 4...

  • Page 60: Information Display

    User's Manual Select “2. Error Msg.”. Select “On” or “Off” with the 2.9.6 Information display From the setting menu, select "6. Information Display". From the information display menu, select "1. TCP/IP". Network Information displays: Use DHCP, IP address, Netmask, Gateway, DNS1, and DNS2.

  • Page 61

    User's Manual From the information display menu, select "2. Wireless LAN". Wireless LAN Information displays: Current Network, SSID, Signal (dBm), Channel, WEP status, MAC address, Mode, and Beacon interval. From the information display menu, select "3. SIP". SIP Information displays: URL, User ID, Proxy, Registrar, and Outbound Proxy.

  • Page 62: Advanced

    User's Manual From the information display menu, select "5. WEB server". Displays WEB server. From the information display menu, select "6. Version". Displays Software Version and Bootrom. 2.9.7 Advanced From the information display menu, select "7. Advanced". H it a c hi C ab le 5 9 /8 4...

  • Page 63: Time

    User's Manual 2.9.7.1 Time From the Advanced menu, select "1. Clock". From the Clock menu, select "1. Time Server". Time Server Information displays: NTP, NTP Server 1 and NTP Server 2. From the Clock menu, select "2. Time Offset". Select time with the keys.

  • Page 64

    User's Manual From the Clock menu, select "3. Daylight Save". Daylight save, Start date, Start time, End date, End time are displayed. From the Clock menu, select "4. Display Format". Displays Date Format and Time Format. From the Clock menu, select "5. Date and Time Settings". Displays Date and Time.

  • Page 65: Brightness Adjustment

    User's Manual Brightness adjustment 2.9.7.2 From the Advanced menu, select "2. Adjust brightness". Use the keys to adjust the contrast, then finalize with the 2.9.7.3 Font size From the Advanced menu, select "3. Font size". Using the keys to select the font size, then finalize with the H it a c hi C ab le key.

  • Page 66: Language Setting

    User's Manual 2.9.7.4 Language setting Setting the language (Japanese/English). From the setting menu, select "4. Language". Use the keys to select either “Japanese” or “English”, then finalize with the key. 2.9.7.5 Caller ID From the Advanced menu, select "5. Calling number". Use the keys to select either “Notify”...

  • Page 67: User Data Reset

    User's Manual 2.9.7.6 User Data Reset From the Advanced menu, select "6. User Data Reset". A confirmation message is displayed. Use the “Yes” or “No”. Reference: The Admin menu is the menu for the network administrator. For details, refer to the "WirelessIP 5000 Administrator Guide".

  • Page 68

    User's Manual Silent mode and vibration mode are switched On. To end courtesy mode, press and hold down the * key on the number pad again. H it a c hi C ab le 6 5 /8 4...

  • Page 69: Keylock/ Keyunlock

    User's Manual 2.9.9 KeyLock/ KeyUnlock When the keylock is set, button operations are disabled. Press and hold down the Lock key on the side of the phone. Enter the password. Note! The default value for the password is "0000". You can change the password freely.

  • Page 70: Network

    User's Manual To unlock the keylock, press and hold down the Lock key on the side of the phone again. Enter the password. 2.10. Network Press the LeftSoft key to select the menu. * With some connection equipment, this is not possible. Either press the "6"...

  • Page 71: Site Scan

    User's Manual 2.10.1 Site Scan Information on detected signals can be displayed. Select “1. Site Scan” from the Network menu. A message is displayed during the search. The SSID for access points that where detected during the scan are displayed. To see detailed information, select the SSID and press the key.

  • Page 72: Ping Test

    User's Manual 2.10.2 Ping Test Select “2. Ping Test” from the Network menu. 2.10.2.1 Manual Select “1. Manual” from the Ping Test menu. 2.10.2.2 1st Proxy Select “2. 1st Proxy” from the Ping Test menu. H it a c hi C ab le 6 9 /8 4...

  • Page 73: 2nd Proxy

    User's Manual If the 1st Proxy is not configured, the message in the right diagram displays. 2.10.2.3 2nd Proxy Select “3. 2nd Proxy” from the Ping Test menu. If the 2nd Proxy is not configured, the message in the right diagram displays.

  • Page 74: Gateway

    User's Manual 2.10.2.4 Gateway Select “4. Gateway” from the Ping Test menu. 2.10.2.5 TFTP server Select “5. TFTP Server” from the Ping Test menu. H it a c hi C ab le 7 1 /8 4...

  • Page 75: Network Reload

    User's Manual 2.10.3 Network Reload Select “3. Network Reload” from the Network menu. Use the keys to select either “Reconnect” or “Disconnect”. H it a c hi C ab le 7 2 /8 4...

  • Page 76: Various Operation Methods

    User's Manual 3. Various operation methods 3.1. Hold function This is used to put a call on hold. The hold tone is played on the terminal that you have put on hold. 3.1.1 Hold During a call, you can put the other party on hold by pressing the Send key. Example: Putting B on hold While A and B are talking, if A presses the Send key, B is put on hold.

  • Page 77: Calling Method

    User's Manual 3.2. Calling method 3.2.1 Internal extension call You can call an internal number by dialing the <extension number>, then pressing the Send key. Check the inside number with the administrator. Inside number: Base number: 10 Outside line 05011111111 Prefix: 3.2.2 Outside-line call...

  • Page 78: 184/186 Call

    User's Manual 3.2.3 184/186 call To temporarily switch caller ID On/Off, dial 184 or 186 before you dial the other party's telephone number. 184 (Do not identify caller): Your telephone number is not identified. 186 (Identify caller): Your telephone number is identified. <Examples of combination of caller ID On/Off>...

  • Page 79: Operation Methods Using Call Mode

    User's Manual 3.2.4 Operation methods using call mode You can make prefixed calls and 184/186 calls from the contact list, incoming call log, and outgoing call log. 3.2.4.1 Calling in call mode from the contact list When you select the telephone number from the contact list, press Right soft "Call mode", then on the call mode screen press <1.

  • Page 80: Speed Dialing

    User's Manual 3.2.6 Speed dialing You can make a call using its speed dialing number. Input a speed dialing number registered in the contact list. Press the last digit in the speed dialing number and hold it down for at least 1 second.

  • Page 81

    User's Manual After a short time, a call is made automatically to the telephone number that corresponds to the speed dialing number entered. Note! If call mode is used when inputting the telephone number, the timer between digits does not operate. H it a c hi C ab le 7 8 /8 4...

  • Page 82: Accessories

    Keep accessories out of the reach of children. Use only chargers, batteries, and accessories specifically manufactured for the Hitachi Cable WirelessIP5000.Using a charger, battery, or accessory not designed for the WirelessIP5000 would cause danger and would void the warranty for your telephone.

  • Page 83: Usb Cable (option)

    User's Manual 4.4. USB cable (option) If you connect your WirelessIP5000 to a PC with the USB cable shown in Figure 3, you can charge and change settings. When setting the WirelessIP5000, check whether your WirelessIP5000 is directly connected to your PC with the USB cable. 4.5.

  • Page 84: Charging Without The Desktop Charger

    User's Manual 4.8. Charging without the desktop charger Step 1: Connect the AC adaptor to a wall socket. Step 2: Remove the connector cover from the WirelessIP5000. Step 3: Install the AC adaptor's 24-pin connector to the bottom of the WirelessIP5000. Note: You can also charge with the optional USB cable instead of with the AC adaptor.

  • Page 85: Safety Instructions

    When disposing of a used battery pack, consult a local waste processing contractor and follow all laws concerning disposal and recycling. To replace the battery, contact our Hitachi Cable sales store. Use a battery specifically designed for the WirelessIP5000. Use the AC adaptor manufactured specifically for the WirelessIP5000.

  • Page 86: Appendix Specifications

    User's Manual Appendix Specifications Item Physical Main Unit dimensions Lithium ion battery Small Battery *1 Desktop charger Hardware Display Button Audio interface Case material Other Wireless Radio Standards Protocol Modulation Communications technique Frequency band Output power Communications distance Data rate H it a c hi C ab le Specifications 44(W)mm×23(D)mm×127(H)mm...

  • Page 87

    User's Manual Minimum reception sensitivity Handover Software Call control protocol (v.2.0.0) Audio encoding Network settings Priority control Security Operational features Transmission path diagnostics function Firmware upgrade Battery Lithium ion battery Small Battery *1 Small Battery sold separately *2 The communications distance can vary with the weather, temperature, etc. *3 L3 handover is also possible with the AP side specifications.

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    Copyright© 2005 Hitachi Cable, LTD. Otemachi Building, 6-1 Otemachi 1-chome, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-8166, Japan (First Edition, February 2005) (Second Edition, July 2005)

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