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Siemens Gigaset M2 Professional Operating Manual

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HiPath 4000
Gigaset M2 professional
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HiPath Cordless Enterprise

Operating Manual
This device is intended for commercial use only.
Read the safety precautions carefully before
use.

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  • Page 1: Hipath Cordless Enterprise

    HiPath 4000 Gigaset M2 professional Gigaset M2 Ex professional HiPath Cordless Enterprise Operating Manual This device is intended for commercial use only. Read the safety precautions carefully before use.
  • Page 2: Safety Notes

    – If liquids have seeped into the handset. • Repair a damaged handset immediately. • Only Siemens service employees with Ex zone training and au- thorisation should repair and service the handset. • Inappropriate use of the telephone will result in revocation of its certification for use in Ex zones.
  • Page 3 Safety notes Battery pack • Only use approved Ex battery packs (see the "Permitted battery packs" section in the operating manual). Ex authorisation is only valid and the handset can only be used in conjunction with this battery pack. Other battery packs are strictly prohibited. If they are used, Ex protection is no longer valid.
  • Page 4: Using Gigaset M2 Professional, Gigaset M2 Ex Professional

    Safety notes Using Gigaset M2 professional, Gigaset M2 Ex pro- fessional Attention: • Do not use Gigaset M2 professional handsets in potentially ex- plosive environments. • Please observe local safety regulations when using the handset. • The ringer, signal tones and handsfree talking (speakerphone mode) are played over the loudspeaker.
  • Page 5: Weee Marking

    Safety notes WEEE marking Notes: • All electrical and electronic products should be disposed of separately from the municipal waste stream via designated collection facilities ap- pointed by the government or the local authori- ties. • The correct disposal and separate collection of your old appliance will help prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human health.
  • Page 6: Controls, Parts Of The Device

    Controls, parts of the device Controls, parts of the device 1 Alarm key (red) 12 Jack for headset (Slim Lumberg) 2 Monitoring LED 13 Hash key 3 Receiver inset 14 Number keys 4 Display 15 On-hook and on/off key 5 Display keys 16 Message key 6 Navigation key 17 Volume key (+/-)
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Using Gigaset M2 professional, Gigaset M2 Ex professional ..IV Using the battery pack for Gigaset M2 professional ....IV WEEE marking.
  • Page 8 Contents Permitted battery packs ........20 Fitting the attachment clip.
  • Page 9 Contents Suppressing call ID display for called party ..... . 58 Activating/deactivating do not disturb ......59 Call tracing .
  • Page 10 ATEX certification ........114 Label for Gigaset M2 professional......115 Declarations of conformity .
  • Page 11: Operating Manual

    • The function is not configured for you or your handset - please contact your system administrator. • Your communications platform does not feature this function - please contact your Siemens contract partner to upgrade.
  • Page 12: Conducting Calls

    Conducting calls – the basic functions Step by Step Conducting calls – the basic functions You can use your handset to make both internal and ex- ternal calls. Internal calls are calls that • you make within the range of a communication sys- tem, for example, within your company, •...
  • Page 13: Seize The Line First, Then Dial

    Conducting calls – the basic functions Step by Step Charging the battery pack You may only use the charging shell provided for the handset. The handset charges when sitting in the charging shell, even when deactivated. If the handset is active, the charging status display flashes on the display.
  • Page 14: Dial First, Then Seize The Line

    Conducting calls – the basic functions Step by Step Dial first, then seize the line Dialling preparation and possibly Enter the required phone no. and correct individual char- acters as necessary using the "Delete" Display key. possibly # Insert a dial pause. A "P" appears between the digits entered.
  • Page 15: Manual Number Redial

    Conducting calls – the basic functions Step by Step Manual number redial The last ten phone numbers dialled are saved in the re- dial list. A phone number that was dialled several times is only saved once. When the handset is idle: Press the Talk key briefly. The redial list is displayed.
  • Page 16: Callback

    Conducting calls – the basic functions Step by Step Callback This function enables you to call a user who does not answer or whose line is busy. The Callback function en- ables you to contact him as soon as he hangs up or re- uses his telephone.
  • Page 17: Consultation

    Conducting calls – the basic functions Step by Step Displaying the next entry: > < Select and confirm the command to view the next en- NEXT try. Deleting an entry that is displayed: > < Select and confirm the command. DELETE You receive confirmation: "Callback deleted"...
  • Page 18: Activating And Deactivating The Microphone

    Conducting calls – the basic functions Step by Step Ending a consultation call and returning to the wai- ting call either: > < If the consultation call/enquiry function was activated TO WAIT. CALL but a number was not yet entered: select the menu item and confirm.
  • Page 19: Answering Or Rejecting A Call

    Conducting calls – the basic functions Step by Step Answering or rejecting a call Answering a call Your handset rings ( Page 31). The caller information appears on the display. The name and/or telephone number of the caller can be displayed. You have the fol- lowing options for answering a call: The handset is in the charging shell: remove the hand- set from the charging shell (only works if "Auto Answer"...
  • Page 20: Ending A Call

    Conducting calls – the basic functions Step by Step Ending a call Press the On-hook key briefly or place the handset in the charging shell. The call charges are displayed, depending on the com- munication system. Activating or deactivating the keypad lock This feature protects against accidentally pressing but- tons when the handset is in a pocket, for example.
  • Page 21: Description Of Controls

    Description of controls Description of controls Function keys The following function keys are available: Name On-hook and • End a call on/off key • Cancel functions • Jump back to the previous menu (only following Options • Activate or deactivate the handset Talk key •...
  • Page 22: Navigation Key

    Description of controls Name Volume key • Adjust the volume for ringer settings (+/-) • When conducting a call: adjust the vol- ume for calls conducted via the hand- set, in speakerphone mode and via the headset Navigation key The navigation key is assigned different functions depending on the oper- ating situation: Situation Press top of key...
  • Page 23: Display Keys

    Description of controls Display keys The handset has two display keys, each with one or two functions. When the key is allocated two functions, press the right or left side of the key to select the corresponding function. Display key assignment depends on the operating status.
  • Page 24: Menu Icons In The Main Menu

    Description of controls Menu icons in the main menu © You can open the handset’s main menu by pressing the "Menu" display key or by pressing the navigation key in the middle. The main menu is a graphical menu and contains the following menu icons: Icon ý...
  • Page 25: Putting The Handset Into Service

    Putting the handset into service Putting the handset into service Removing the protective cover Remove the protective cover from the display before putting the handset into service. Ex protection and IP rating compliance (Ex protection only applies to Gigaset M2 Ex professional) Inserting the battery compartment seal Insert the battery compartment seal carefully (around the battery compart- ment).
  • Page 26: Inserting/replacing The Memory Card And The Battery Pack

    Putting the handset into service Inserting/replacing the memory card and the battery pack The handset comes with an approved battery pack and memory card. Battery pack The battery pack is not charged. It is first charged in the handset. The Ex battery pack features special electronics. Gigaset M2 Ex profes- sional detects whether an Ex battery pack or a normal battery pack is in- serted.
  • Page 27 Putting the handset into service Procedure 1. Remove the attachment clip (if fitted) Press the tongue on the attachment clip (1) and pull the attachment clip off the stud (2). 2. Open the battery compartment 1. Use a suitable Allan key to loosen and remove the battery cover screw (1).
  • Page 28 Putting the handset into service 4. Close the battery compartment 1. Slide the battery cover upwards over the housing (1). 2. Press the battery cover down until it snaps into place (2). 3. Insert the Allan key and make sure the screw is securely tightened (3). 5.
  • Page 29: Charging And Using The Battery Pack

    Putting the handset into service Charging and using the battery pack To charge the battery pack, first remove the plug from the charging socket and then insert the handset into the charging shell with the keypad facing forwards: • Initial charging: charge the battery pack for at least 10 hours without a break, regardless of the charging status icon.
  • Page 30: Battery Pack Operating Times And Charging Time

    The handset’s standby time is significantly increased by deactivating the backlight. Permitted battery packs Only the original Siemens battery pack is permitted for the handset. Battery pack Part number For Gigaset M2 professional: A5B00075416005 Lithium-Ion, 1000 mAh...
  • Page 31: Fitting The Attachment Clip

    Putting the handset into service Step by Step Fitting the attachment clip The handset comes with a second battery cover that features a stud for the attachment clip. Fit the attach- ment clip as follows: 1. Open the battery compartment Page 17) 2.
  • Page 32 Putting the handset into service Step by Step Opening the third submenu either: Select the menu item and confirm. Language Select the menu item and confirm. Sprache Selecting a language Select and confirm the language you require. Deutsch English Press the On-hook key to end the operation. Francais Italiano Espanol...
  • Page 33: Setting The Handset

    Setting the handset Step by Step Setting the handset You can change the standard settings of the handset if you are not happy with them. Setting the speaker volume You can adjust the speaker volume during a call. The fol- lowing volumes are adjustable: •...
  • Page 34: Setting The Ringer

    Setting the handset Step by Step Setting the ringer Setting the ringer volume and melody Tones and melodies are saved on your handset. You can also download melodies from a computer ( Page 98) and manage them on the handset ( Page 26).
  • Page 35: Advisory Tones

    Setting the handset Step by Step Please make sure that you have picked up the call before holding the phone to your ear. This is to ensure that the loud ringing tone does not cause damage to your hearing. Save the settings. Save Advisory tones The advisory tones have the following meaning:...
  • Page 36: Setting The Vibration Alert

    Setting the handset Step by Step u v Define the setting. s Move the cursor down one line. Save the settings. Save Press the On-hook key to end the operation. Setting the vibration alert © Open the main menu of the handset. Ð...
  • Page 37: Viewing Pictures/playing Sounds

    Setting the handset Step by Step The icon is displayed in the resource directory before the name. Your handset comes with a number of mono- and polyphone sounds pre-installed. You cannot re- name or delete pre-installed sounds marked by a pad- lock.
  • Page 38: Renaming A Sound/picture

    Setting the handset Step by Step Setting the sound volume during playback or v Open the menu. Options Select the menu item and confirm. The volume can be Loudspeaker Vol set to five different levels in the input mask. u v Adjust the volume. Save setting.
  • Page 39: Checking The Available Memory

    Setting the handset Step by Step Select the menu item and confirm. All deletable entries Delete List in the list are deleted. A deleted ringing tone is automatically replaced. A de- leted ringing tone for VIP calls or anniversaries is not au- tomatically replaced.
  • Page 40: Activating Or Deactivating The Ringer

    Setting the handset Step by Step Activating or deactivating the ringer Deactivating the ringer Hold down the key until a confirmation tone is emitted. The ringer is deactivated. Activating the ringer Hold down the key until a confirmation tone is emitted. Deactivating the ringer for the current call either: Press the display key.
  • Page 41: Changing The Emergency Number

    Setting the handset Step by Step Changing the emergency number © Open the main menu of the handset. Ð Select the menu item and confirm. H/Set Settings Select the menu item and confirm. Handset Õ Select the menu item and confirm. If the check box is Add.
  • Page 42: Setting The Date And Time

    Setting the handset Step by Step Setting the date and time The handset date and time are automatically set when you set up a call to another station. If your communica- tion system does not support this function, you can set the date and time manually.
  • Page 43: Display Settings

    Setting the handset Step by Step Display settings A number of options are available for setting the display. You can set the screensaver (screen picture), the colour scheme, the contrast and the display lighting. You can also change the name displayed for the base station. Screensaver You can set a screensaver that is displayed when the handset is idle.
  • Page 44 Setting the handset Step by Step Colour scheme Four colour schemes are saved on your handset. By se- lecting a colour scheme you define the colours to be used for the font, menu items and background. If you change to a different colour scheme during a set- ting, it is immediately previewed to show how it will ap- pear later for all menus.
  • Page 45 Setting the handset Step by Step Lighting You can set whether the display should light up when the handset is in the charging shell or if it is out of the charging shell. © Open the main menu of the handset. Ð...
  • Page 46 Setting the handset Step by Step Press the On-hook key to end the operation. Press and hold down the On-hook key twice to turn the handset off and back on. The new base station name is now displayed in idle sta- tus.
  • Page 47: Setting The Conversion List For Vcard Transfer

    Setting the handset Step by Step Setting the conversion list for vCard transfer Phone numbers are usually specified as follows in e- mail programs, such as, Microsoft Outlook: +49 (05251) 820776. The handset is unable to use this format, how- ever, to dial the phone number.
  • Page 48: Resetting The Defaults

    Setting the handset Step by Step Resetting the defaults This function allows you to reset your mobile phone to the defaults, for example, if you want to pass it on to someone else or reset it. The handset features are handled as follows: Feature Action Sound settings...
  • Page 49 Setting the handset Default settings Setting Explanation/notes Levels Default state Audio Set- Ringer volume tings Ringer melody, external 10 (+20) 1 Ringer melody, internal 10 (+20) 3 Warning tone Handset volume Volume in speakerphone mode Name announcement Alarm/Appointment Appointment name deleted Key tones, audible each time a key is pressed.
  • Page 50: Conducting Calls - Enhanced Functions

    Conducting calls – enhanced functions Step by Step Conducting calls – enhanced functions Speakerphone mode Features Speakerphone mode offers you the following advantag- • Other persons can listen to and participate in the call. • Your hands are free. • When dialling, you can hear the ring tone, for exam- ple, without having to lift the handset to your ear.
  • Page 51: Conducting Calls With The Headset

    The volume can be set during a call ( Page 23). Conducting calls with the headset Gigaset M2 professional can be used with a corded and cordless headset. Gigaset M2 Ex professional can only be used with a cordless headset.
  • Page 52 Conducting calls – enhanced functions Step by Step Note: • Theoretically, third parties can tap Bluetooth connections. • To improve protection against unauthorised tapping, de-register any Bluetooth devices you no longer require. You can use voice dialling to initiate a call from your Bluetooth headset.
  • Page 53 Conducting calls – enhanced functions Step by Step Conducting calls via the Bluetooth headset Activating the Bluetooth headset during a call If the handset is in dial or call mode (see Page 3 for information on setting up a call), the Bluetooth headset can assume the receiver inset and microphone func- tions.
  • Page 54: Voice Dialling

    Conducting calls – enhanced functions Step by Step Voice dialling With the voice dialling function, you can dial a number simply by saying the partner’s name. You do not need to manually dial a phone number. For this function, you will need to record a voice pattern, in other words, your voice saying the name will be saved in the handset.
  • Page 55: Open The Phonebook

    Conducting calls – enhanced functions Step by Step Dialling a phone number with voice dialling v Press and hold down the navigation key and wait for the signal tone. After the tone, say the name of the party you wish to call. If the name you said matches the voice pattern saved, the handset repeats it and dials the associated number.
  • Page 56: Number Redial

    Conducting calls – enhanced functions Step by Step Number redial The last ten phone numbers dialled are saved in the re- dial list. A phone number that was dialled several times is only saved once. If you tried to call a party from the handset’s telephone directory, the name of the party is displayed in case of number redial.
  • Page 57: Adding A Telephone Number To The Redial List

    Conducting calls – enhanced functions Step by Step Select the menu item and confirm. The redial list is de- Delete List leted. Press the On-hook key to end the operation. Adding a telephone number to the redial list During dial preparation, you can add a number from your handset’s redial list to your phonebook.
  • Page 58: The Handset's Phonebook

    Conducting calls – enhanced functions The handset’s phonebook You can store up to 250 entries in the phonebook. You can send a phonebook entry as a vCard to your computer over the Sie- mens data cable. You can therefore transfer the phonebook entry directly to the address book of your e-mail program (Microsoft Outlook).
  • Page 59: Saving An Entry

    Conducting calls – enhanced functions Step by Step Saving an entry s When the handset is idle: Open the phonebook. Select the menu item and confirm. The input mask is New Entry displayed. The line where you can enter information is marked active with [...].
  • Page 60: Finding And Dialling An Entry

    Conducting calls – enhanced functions Step by Step Finding and dialling an entry s When the handset is idle: Open the phonebook. t/s or You can scroll to the required entry or enter the first let- ter of the relevant entry. If necessary, press a key several times in succession to enter the required letter.
  • Page 61 Conducting calls – enhanced functions Step by Step Press the display keys one after the other. The entry’s Show Edit data is displayed. Open the menu. Options Select the menu item and confirm. The entry’s data is Edit Entry displayed. then: Enter changes.
  • Page 62: Marking A Vip (very Important Person) Entry

    Conducting calls – enhanced functions Step by Step Marking a VIP (Very Important Person) entry An incoming call for a VIP-marked entry is signalled with a VIP ringing tone. s When the handset is idle: Open the phonebook. s t Select the required entry. Open the menu.
  • Page 63: Sending Or Copying An Entry Or List (phonebook)

    Conducting calls – enhanced functions Step by Step Sending or copying an entry or list (phone- book) You can send an entry or a list to a central server to save it. Any phone number between 00 and 99 can be used for this purpose ( Page 55).
  • Page 64: Displaying Available Memory

    Conducting calls – enhanced functions Step by Step Copying an additional entry Press the display key s or t Select the required entry. Press the display key. Copy Press the On-hook key to end the operation. Displaying available memory s When the handset is idle: Open the phonebook. t s Select any entry.
  • Page 65: Central Directories (group Directory)

    Conducting calls – enhanced functions Step by Step Central directories (group directory) You can save your private phonebook that is saved on your handset to a central server, and add group phone- books that are saved on this server to your private phonebook.
  • Page 66: Making Calls Using Project Assignment (cost Billing)

    Conducting calls – enhanced functions Step by Step Making calls using project assignment (cost billing) Calls made to external partners can be assigned to spe- cific projects. Prerequisite: Project numbers (from 1 to 5) have been configured for certain projects, and you have an account code (ACCT) for the project.
  • Page 67: Using A Different Telephone In The Same Way As Your Own

    Conducting calls – enhanced functions Step by Step Using a different telephone in the same way as your own You can log on to another telephone belonging to the HiPath 4000 system via a personal identification number or PIN (this includes telephones of networked HiPath 4000 systems, for example, at other branches of your company).
  • Page 68: Suppressing Call Id Display For Called Party

    Conducting calls – enhanced functions Step by Step Dialling after (successful) identification: You will hear the dialling tone. The following appears on the display: "Please dial". Enter a phone number. Call forwarding - follow me after successful identi- fication: > < Select the menu item and confirm.
  • Page 69: Activating/deactivating Do Not Disturb

    Conducting calls – enhanced functions Step by Step Activating/deactivating do not disturb If you prefer not to be disturbed, you can activate the Do not disturb function. Internal callers will hear the ringing tone and the announcement "Do Not Disturb"; external calls will be diverted to the attendant.
  • Page 70: Call Tracing

    Conducting calls – enhanced functions Step by Step Call tracing You can have malicious external callers identified. The caller’s phone number can be traced during the call or up to 30 seconds thereafter. However, you yourself should not hang up. Prerequisite: The function must be configured.
  • Page 71: Call Forwarding

    Conducting calls – enhanced functions Step by Step Call forwarding Using call forwarding You can program two types of call forwarding: • Fixed call forwarding and • Variable call forwarding. For fixed call forwarding, you programme a forwarding destination that will remain valid until you change or de- lete it.
  • Page 72 Conducting calls – enhanced functions Step by Step Fixed call forwarding If you have programmed a forwarding destination for fixed forwarding, you can activate and deactivate the forwarding facility in the service menu. The pro- grammed forwarding destination remains valid until you change or delete it.
  • Page 73 Conducting calls – enhanced functions Step by Step Deactivating "FIXED FORWARD" is displayed. If forwarding has been FIXED FORWARD programmed, the destination will be displayed regard- 87101 MUELLER less of whether forwarding is switched on or off. > < Select the menu item and confirm. Fixed forwarding is DEACTIVATE deactivated.
  • Page 74 Conducting calls – enhanced functions Step by Step Variable call forwarding For variable forwarding you can choose between six dif- ferent call forwarding types: • Variable forwarding (unconditional forwarding) • Forwarding for internal • Forwarding for external • Forwarding on busy •...
  • Page 75 Conducting calls – enhanced functions Step by Step Output on first line. Forw. for external > < Confirm to select the next variable forwarding type. NEXT > < To edit the current variable forwarding type, select the required command. Programming a forwarding destination u Open the system menu.
  • Page 76 Conducting calls – enhanced functions Step by Step Deactivating variable forwarding You can deactivate all variable forwarding types in the Service Menu (Basic Service). u Call the system menu. > < Select and confirm the basic service. BASIC SERVICE > < Select the menu item and confirm.
  • Page 77 Conducting calls – enhanced functions Step by Step Activating and deactivating forwarding by means of a switch If a forwarding destination has been programmed for fixed forwarding, you can use the switch to activate and deactivate the forwarding facility. If variable forwarding is activated, it can only be deactivated with the switch.
  • Page 78 Conducting calls – enhanced functions Step by Step Call forwarding with codes You can use codes to set up the following forwarding types: Forwarding type Code (example) * 51 Program and activate fixed forwarding * 41 Activate fixed forwarding # 51 Delete (and deactivate) fixed forwarding # 41 Deactivate fixed forwarding...
  • Page 79 Conducting calls – enhanced functions Step by Step Programming and activating call forwarding Press the Talk key. Enter the code, for example, *51 (ask your System Sup- port). You will hear the dialling tone. Enter the destination phone number. # Enter the termination character. You will hear a confir- mation beep and call forwarding is activated.
  • Page 80: Delayed Call Forwarding

    Conducting calls – enhanced functions Step by Step Delayed call forwarding This is configured for the entire system by System Sup- port. Prerequisite: The second call function must be activat- Page 82. If "Forwarding on busy / after timeout" or "Forwarding af- ter timeout"...
  • Page 81 Conducting calls – enhanced functions Step by Step Confirm. FINISHED? Enter the destination phone number. Confirm. SAVE Call forwarding is activated immediately. Deactivating/checking call forwarding for another telephone u Call the system menu. > < Select and confirm the basic service. BASIC SERVICE >...
  • Page 82: Entering Commands Via Tone Dialling (dtmf Suffix Dialling)

    Conducting calls – enhanced functions Step by Step Entering commands via tone dialling (DTMF suffix dialling) After dialling a phone number, you can activate DTMF tone dialling (dual-tone multifrequency signalling) in or- der to operate devices, such as, answering machines or automatic directory enquiry and switching systems by means of command inputs.
  • Page 83 Conducting calls – enhanced functions Step by Step Parking and resuming a call You can park a call to your handset in a free parking po- sition and resume it at your own telephone or another one. This function can also be performed at telephones which do not have a display.
  • Page 84: Conducting Calls - With Multiple Users

    Conducting calls – with multiple users Step by Step Conducting calls – with multiple users Camp-on You need to speak to a user in your communication sys- tem urgently, even though his line is busy. You can send a call waiting signal during his call to let him know you want to talk to him.
  • Page 85: Override

    Conducting calls – with multiple users Step by Step Placing the first call on hold and answering the sec- ond call Answer the second call. Accept call Talk to the second caller. The first caller waits. His call is on hold. You can now •...
  • Page 86: Transferring A Call

    Conducting calls – with multiple users Step by Step Transferring a call If the person you are conversing with wishes to be for- warded to one of your colleagues, you can transfer the call. Transferring the call with prior announcement: >...
  • Page 87: Conducting A Conference

    Conducting calls – with multiple users Step by Step Switching to the caller on hold > < Press the Display key to switch between the two calls. TOGGLE Ending the present call – returning to the other call > < Select the menu item and confirm.
  • Page 88: Setting Up A Conference

    Conducting calls – with multiple users Step by Step Setting up a conference You can set up a conference from any of the following types of connection: • Single call • Consultation call • Camp-on Starting a conference from a single call You want to set up a conference.
  • Page 89: Expanding A Conference

    Conducting calls – with multiple users Step by Step Expanding a conference Any member of the system conference can expand the conference by • calling another user and adding this person to the conference • adding a user to the conference from a consultation call, •...
  • Page 90 Conducting calls – with multiple users Step by Step Accepting a second call and adding it to the conference If you receive a second call during the conference (the second call function is activated), you can add this user to the conference. An alerting tone is audible.
  • Page 91: Transferring The Conference

    Conducting calls – with multiple users Step by Step Transferring the conference Any member can transfer the conference to a third par- ty whom he has called by using the consultation or "ex- pand conference" functions. The new user is not yet a member of the conference.
  • Page 92: Using The Camp-on Function

    Conducting calls – with multiple users Step by Step > < Select and confirm to end the display. STOP VIEWING? > < Select and confirm to disconnect this member from the RELEASE PARTY? conference. If there were only three members, the con- ference is now ended.
  • Page 93 Conducting calls – with multiple users Step by Step Accepting a second call Prerequisite: You are making a call. The camp-on func- tion is activated. You will hear a warning tone. The calling party will hear the ringing tone as though you were "free" . >...
  • Page 94: Message Functions

    Message functions Step by Step Message functions Using the mailbox Callers who have tried to reach you during your absence can leave a callback request in your mailbox. In the mailbox you will also find voice or fax messages from the mail server (if this has been set up). Viewing the mailbox/selecting a mailbox entry An advisory message appears and the message key flashes when one or more information messages or...
  • Page 95: Using The Missed Call List

    Message functions Step by Step Deleting mailbox entries Select the required entry ( Page 84). The required entry appears. MUELLER MOBILE TH 06.02 09:23 > < Press to display the menu selection. > < Select and confirm to delete the entry. DELETE Note: You cannot delete (new) voice messages to...
  • Page 96: Using The Hipath Xpressions Mailbox Function (optional)

    Message functions Step by Step > < Press to view the list of phone numbers (names). Phone numbers (names) that have already been viewed are ticked. Calling back a caller on the list > < Press to select the required phone number (name). ©...
  • Page 97: Additional Functions

    Additional functions Step by Step Additional functions Handset alarm clock function When the alarm clock is activated, it rings every day or every day from Monday to Friday at the set time. The melody set for an incoming call is used for the alarm. The alarm clock is deactivated during automatic number redial.
  • Page 98 Additional functions Step by Step Save the settings. Save ¼ The alarm clock is activated. Press the On-hook key to end the operation. Deactivating an alarm/repeating after a pause The alarm rings for 60 seconds. The following appears ì on the display: .
  • Page 99: Handset Appointment Reminder Function

    Additional functions Step by Step Handset appointment reminder func- tion You can arrange for your handset to remind you of up to five appointments. The handset must be in idle status at the time of the appointment reminder. The appoint- ment reminder function is deactivated during automatic number redial.
  • Page 100 Additional functions Step by Step Confirming an appointment reminder call An appointment reminder call is signalled in the same way as an incoming call. Press the display key during the appointment reminder call. If you do not confirm the appointment reminder call, it will be stored in a missed dates list.
  • Page 101 Additional functions Step by Step either: Select the menu item and confirm. The appointment is Delete Entry deleted. Select the menu item and confirm. A security check Delete List question appears. Confirm the security check question. The appointment reminder list is deleted. then: Save setting.
  • Page 102: System Appointment Function

    Additional functions Step by Step System appointment function You can arrange for the communication system to re- mind you of an appointment. For this to happen, you need to save the times at which you wish to be remind- ed. This is possible for a period of up to 24 hours in ad- vance.
  • Page 103: Selecting A Base

    Additional functions Step by Step Selecting a base If your handset is registered at multiple bases, then you can set a specific base or the base with the best recep- tion as the base to be used. The handset then switches automatically to this base.
  • Page 104 Additional functions Step by Step If this key is already programmed with a function, it ap- pears on the left display key. The number key can be programmed with a new function. Press the display key. 0 / 2 ... 9 / Press and hold down the required number key or the left display key.
  • Page 105 Additional functions Step by Step Starting a function, dialling a phone number either: 0 / 2 ... 9 Press and hold down the number key programmed with the required function. Or press the left display key brief- 0 / 2 ... 9 Press the number key programmed with the required function briefly.
  • Page 106: System-wide Speaker Call

    Additional functions Step by Step System-wide speaker call You can set up a connection with an internal HiPath 4000 user by addressing him/her directly over the loudspeaker of his/her telephone. You can also start a speaker call from an enquiry. To cancel a speaker call, replace the handset or - during an enquiry - resume the call that was in progress.
  • Page 107 Additional functions Step by Step Note: The number of possible speaker calls and normal calls is the same. Activating/deactivating speaker calling You can protect yourself against being directly ad- dressed. Attempts to address you directly over the speakerphone will then become normal calls. u Call the system menu.
  • Page 108: Data Exchange Between A Pc And A Handset Or Between Two Handsets

    Additional functions Data exchange between a PC and a handset or be- tween two handsets You can transfer data between a PC and your handset, or between two handsets. Interface overview The handset supports the following interfaces for data exchange: Interface Connect via...
  • Page 109: Pc Interface (v24, Usb)

    To configure the PC interface, you must: 1. deactivate the Bluetooth interface on the handset ( Page 102). 2. use a Siemens data cable ( Page 112) to connect the headset/PC in- terface jack on the handset to the computer.
  • Page 110: Bluetooth Interface

    Additional functions Step by Step Bluetooth interface If you have installed a Bluetooth interface on your PC, you can also communicate with the MPM application via the Bluetooth interface on your handset. Note: Theoretically, third parties can tap Bluetooth con- nections.
  • Page 111 Additional functions Step by Step On the other handset Enter the Bluetooth PIN immediately and confirm (de- agreed PIN: fault: 0000). If you were not fast enough, repeat the pre- vious steps. Confirm the prompt. Add to Trusted Device list? The Bluetooth connection is established.
  • Page 112 Additional functions Step by Step Deactivating and activating the Bluetooth interface You can deactivate the Bluetooth interface if you do not need it for extended periods of time. This increases your handset’s standby time. Deactivating the interface © Open the main menu of the handset. ý...
  • Page 113: Telephone Blocking

    Enter the value "0000" again to deactivate the PIN. Attention: If you have forgotten your PIN, please contact Siemens Service. It will be reset at your own ex- pense. Entering a new PIN © Open the main menu of the handset.
  • Page 114: Locking The Telephone Line To Prevent Misuse

    Telephone blocking Step by Step Battery charging when PIN lock active If the handset deactivates because the battery pack is flat, it automatically reactivates as soon as you place it in the charging shell. The charging operation starts. If you have already set a PIN, you must enter it so that the handset can receive calls.
  • Page 115 Telephone blocking Step by Step Enabling the telephone again: u Call the system menu. > < Select and confirm the basic service. BASIC SERVICE > < Select the menu item and confirm. PIN/COS > < Select the menu item and confirm. CHANGE COS Enter the PIN (code no.).
  • Page 116: Accessing System Functions

    Accessing system functions Step by Step Accessing system functions The system functions can be accessed via the Service menu. The following example shows how to select the "Camp-on" function. u Open the basic menu. > < Select and confirm the basic service. The Service menu BASIC SERVICE is displayed.
  • Page 117: Appendix

    Appendix Appendix Troubleshooting Some malfunctions can be resolved without outside intervention. The fol- lowing table provides a list of such malfunctions. All other malfunctions should be reported to the relevant service personnel. Danger of explosion: Local and operational factors may lead to an explosive atmosphere in an Ex zone.
  • Page 118 Appendix Error Possible cause Remedy The following appears Communication sys- Repeat call later. immediately after the tem is being used by Talk key is pressed: other users. Connect. No dial tone available; no calls can be made. The following, Handset is blocked. Remove the battery pack for example, appears: from the handset and...
  • Page 119 Appendix Error Possible cause Remedy The following appears: Phone number was not Enter the phone number not available fully entered, the star or correctly or as prescri- hash key was not bed. pressed. The following appears: Data transfer is active. Wait and try again later. protected...
  • Page 120: Cleaning The Handset

    The handset can be put back into operation once it is completely dry. Danger of explosion: For Gigaset M2 Ex professional: The Gigaset M2 Ex profession- al must first be checked by a trained and authorised Siemens Serv- ice engineer before operation can be resumed in an Ex zone. Storage To avoid damage, the handset should not be stored with sharp objects, such as, knives or tools, etc.
  • Page 121: Documentation

    Appendix Documentation This operating manual can be found in PDF format at the following URL: http://www.siemens.com/hipath and in HTML and PDF format on the CD- ROM (ask the service personnel). To view or print the operating manual in PDF format, you need a computer on which the free Adobe Acrobat Reader program is installed.
  • Page 122: Accessories

    Source For information on accessories (such as, headsets, data cables, MPM soft- ware, etc.), contact Siemens at the following address: Siemens AG, I&S IS SC S RC, Tübingerstrasse 1-5, 80686 Munich Mr. Jens Schwabe Tel.: +49 89 9221 - 3174 Fax: +49 89 9221 - 6603 E-mail: jens.schwabe@siemens.com...
  • Page 123 Appendix Standards for Ex protection • DIN EN 60079-0 Electrical apparatus for explosive gas at- mospheres – Part 0: General requirements/Date of is- sue: Dec. 2004 • EN 50020 Electrical apparatus for explosive gas atmos- pheres – Intrinsic safety "I"/Date of issue: Aug. 2003 Protection rating Protec- IP 65 (6 = dust-proof, 5 = protected from splashes and low-...
  • Page 124: Atex Certification

    II 2G EEx ib IIC T4, IP65 • Permissible ambient conditions for operation: -20 °C to +55 °C 2 • 4 • Vendor: Siemens AG CE marking: CE 0820 • Name of inspection au- • Warning: Only use Ex battery type...
  • Page 125: Label For Gigaset M2 Professional

    Appendix Label for Gigaset M2 professional Only use battery A5B00075416005 1 • Only use battery 2 • CE marking A5B00075416005. • Series and type: Gigaset M2 professional S30852-S1756-R101 • Place/year of manufacture: CT/TN...
  • Page 126: Declarations Of Conformity

    Declarations of conformity The following declarations of conformity only apply for the European Eco- nomic Area. This equipment is designed for international use; implementation outside the European Economic Area and Switzerland is subject to national certifi- cation. For Gigaset M2 professional:...
  • Page 127 Appendix For Gigaset M2 Ex professional: The device complies with the basic requirements of the ATEX directive and therefore displays the CE marking. 0820...
  • Page 128: Ec-type-examination Certificate

    Appendix EC-TYPE-EXAMINATION CERTIFICATE...
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  • Page 131: Index

    Index talk time ........... 20 Index warning tone ........... 39 Battery tone setting ............25 Bluetooth ............. 41 Accepting call ..........9 Bluetooth interface ........100 Accessories ..........112 Activating ............2 Advisory tones ..........25 Alarm ............87 Call forwarding ...........
  • Page 132 Index Confirmation tone function ............ 39 Emergency number setting ............25 changing ........... 31 Connection quality ........2 dialling ............4 Consultation (second connection) ..... 7 Entry Contrast, setting ......... 34 changing ........... 50 Copying - phonebook, list ......53 deleting ........
  • Page 133 Index Key tones Navigation key ........VI, 12 function Number keys ............ 39 ..........VI setting Number redial ............25 Keypad lock adding a phone number ..........10 ......47 Keys automatic ..........46 display keys deleting an entry/list ..........13 ......
  • Page 134 Volume key ..........VI, 12 Setting the ringer ........24 Setting the screen picture ......33 Setting the screensaver ......33 Siemens Data Suite ........99 Warning tone ..........30 Slim Lumberg jack ........VI function ............ 39 Sorting phonebook entries .......
  • Page 135 The device has been manufactured in accor- dance with our certified quality management system (DIN EN ISO 9001). © Siemens AG 2006 • Siemens Communications Hofmannstr. 51 • D-81359 Munich Reference no.: A31003-G2100-U103-1-7619 The information provided in this document contains merely general de-...

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