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Siemens Hicom cordless EM Gigaset 3000 Micro Operating Instructions Manual

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  • Page 1 û +LFRP#FRUGOHVV#(0 *LJDVHW#6333#0LFUR 2SHUDWLQJ#LQVWUXFWLRQV Warning! Please read the safety notes on page 2 before putting the equip- ment into service...
  • Page 2: General

    These batteries can cause short-circuits and may be subject to damage (dangerous). Avoid contact with water and fire. Do not use non-Siemens charging devices. These could damage the batteries. Only use the supplied plug-in power supply unit as designated on the underside of the charging shell.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    General Operating elements, unit parts Receiver inset Keypad lock Display (illuminated) Ringer-off key Display keys Microphone On-hook key Recall key Menu key Battery compart- ment/lid Telephone directory key (local) Headset port Talk key Fig. 1 Operating elements, unit parts...
  • Page 4: Contents

    Contents General ........2 Safety notes .
  • Page 5 Contents Local telephone directory ..... . 31 Overview – telephone directory menu....31 Storing numbers (directory/network prefix menu) .
  • Page 6 Contents Message ........74 Sending a message ......74 Calling up a message received .
  • Page 7: Introduction

    The function is not configured for you and your handset. In this case, please consult your system administrator. Your Hicom 150 E / Hicom 150 H does not support this function. Please contact your Siemens sales partner for a system upgrade. Features...
  • Page 8: Hicom Cordless Em

    Introduction Features of the Hicom cordless EM Internal and external calls in the entire Hicom cordless EM radio network Roaming (the user can roam throughout the entire radio network and still receive all internal and external calls under one call number) Automatic call transfer from base station to base station when moving in the radio network during a call (handover) Automatic callback...
  • Page 9: General Operating Instructions

    Introduction General operating instructions The devices offer a high level of privacy. No protection can be guaranteed against illegal bugging using other radio receivers. When operating the handset, a basic distinction is made between – telephone/switching functions, e.g. when a call is in progress, and –...
  • Page 10: Leaving The Radio Network

    Introduction Leaving the radio network Integrated power saving function: if you leave the base station radio range when the handset is switched on, the interval between synchronisation attempts gradually increases – this increases the battery life in standby mode. To ensure that the handset can be used as soon as you return to the radio network, you should immediately regis- ter it again: Press the on-hook key until the display is blank, press...
  • Page 11: Preparing The Handset

    Preparing the handset Inserting the battery into the handset Note: Please read the safety notes on page 2 first! Only use the permitted battery, do not use any other batteries or normal batteries (non-rechargeable) – see page 12. Proceed as follows to insert the battery: Fig.
  • Page 12: Charging And Using The Battery

    Preparing the handset Charging and using the battery The battery supplied (NiMH) is not fully charged. To charge the battery, insert the handset with the display fac- ing upwards into the Gigaset 3000L Micro charging shell. The battery symbol on the handset display indicates the charging status: á...
  • Page 13: Fitting The Attachment Clip

    Preparing the handset Fitting the attachment clip You can fit the supplied attachment clip to your handset if required. Fig. 3 Fitting the attachment clip Place the attachment clip on the back of the handset. There are holes on the sides of the handset approximately level with the displays.
  • Page 14: Activating/Deactivating Handsets

    Preparing the handset Activating/deactivating handsets Note: The language set at the factory is English! For informa- tion on changing the language to another language, refer to page 47. Off status: display clear – calls are not received! On status: Base 1, for example, is displayed – prerequi- site for all telephone functions, normal operating status! Activating the handset: €...
  • Page 15: Activating/Deactivating The Keypad Lock

    Preparing the handset Activating/deactivating the keypad lock This allows you to protect your handset against inadvertent key activation, e.g. when carrying it in your bag. Calls are signalled even if the keypad is locked and can be answered in the same way as when the telephone is on. Prerequisite: Handset is activated.
  • Page 16: Display (Illuminated)

    Display Explanation The handset features a 4-line display with 16 characters per line. Depending on the situation, the display shows: digits, e.g. dialled numbers, text, e.g. the current base (system), symbols, e.g. ringing or battery symbol and the current functions of the two display keys in the last line.
  • Page 17: Keys

    Display Keys The two display keys are located directly under the display. The current functions of the display keys are status- dependent and are displayed in the lower display line. Each display key can be used to display one or two functions. In the case of two functions, you must press either on the left or the right side of the corresponding display key.
  • Page 18: User Guidance, Selecting Functions

    Display User guidance, selecting functions The use of all telephone system features is simplified and accelerated by a system of user-friendly prompts based on menus and messages on the display. For information on setting the language, see page 47. The range of functions available changes depending on the status of the handset, e.g.
  • Page 19: On-Hook Key

    Display € On-hook key for ending calls or for cancelling functions and returning immediately to "on" status. The currently selected (highlighted) function is displayed on a dark background. A dotted line indicates the end of the menu. If you scroll further, the first function in the menu is selected again.
  • Page 20: Logging Handsets Onto A Telephone System

    This is only required when the handset is put into service for the first time. Please call Siemens Service if you purchased the handset directly from Siemens. Otherwise, call your retailer. You can enter the name and call number of your system...
  • Page 21: Menu Key

    Logging handsets onto a telephone system Logging on for the first time This procedure must be performed if you have not yet used your handset and are logging it on to the system for the first time. Note: The logon window must be opened by the system admin- istrator before you can proceed with the logon procedure (see page 20).
  • Page 22 Logging handsets onto a telephone system Press the display key to confirm selection. < ìã-!ýH ìã-!ýHý e.g. Select for example. Open the submenu. < >!#ä-å!, >!#ä-å!, Scroll to ý= Press the display key to confirm selection. This input prompt is displayed . ë)å!,ý...
  • Page 23: Conducting Calls

    Conducting calls This display when the tele- phone is "on" is a prerequi- › site and the initial status for all ýýìã-!ýü telephone functions (see also "Radio range" page 9). ìã-! H, û, úý or a different name can be displayed, depending on the current base (see page 50).
  • Page 24: External Dialling

    Conducting calls External dialling Press the talk key. External code Enter the "external code", e.g. "0", <'!ã-!ý äã' e.g. " when is displayed. Dial the external number. Call Conduct the call. Ending a call € Press the on-hook key or place the handset in the charging shell.
  • Page 25: Answering Calls

    Conducting calls Note: The size of the digits is reduced for longer numbers. The dialled number is automatically stored for number redial (see page 26). Answering calls The handset’s ringer tone is audible. The number and the name of the caller appear on your display, depending on the user (internal/external).
  • Page 26: Key (Local)

    Number redial Number redial – last five numbers You have dialled a number, but the other party is busy or does not answer: press the on-hook key. The last five num- bers dialled (up to 32 digits) are always stored automati- cally.
  • Page 27: Editing An Entry

    Number redial Editing an entry Press the display key. < Scroll to the desired number/name. Open the submenu using the display key. < ë äåýë)å,2 ë äåýë)å,2 Scroll to Confirm the selection. âý ý: Edit the entry. Press the display key. ?ã/!ýë)å,2 ý?ã/!ýë)å,2 Confirm...
  • Page 28: Displaying An Entry

    Number redial Displaying an entry All the digits of a number (to a max. of 32) are displayed. Press the display key. < Scroll to the desired number/ name. Press the display key. < èä-æ'ã2ýë)å,2. èä-æ'ã2ýë)å,2 Scroll to Confirm the selection. Press the display key to return to the GO BACK redial function.
  • Page 29: Entering Text

    Entering text You can enter names or text for specific functions (local tele- phone directory, short cuts, messages) via the digit keys. Overview – key layout The following table shows the assignment of all letters, digits and characters to the keys: ®ý...
  • Page 30 Entering text Entering digits Press the appropriate digit key 4 or 5 times in quick suc- cession depending on the number of letters on the digit key. Entering special characters In accordance with the "Overview – key layout" (see page 29), press the key the appropriate number of times (up to 9 times) to enter the special characters.
  • Page 31: Local Telephone Directory

    Local telephone directory Your handset has a telephone directory for storing up to 100 numbers. The stored numbers can be simply dialled, modified or deleted at any time. Note: In addition to the local telephone directory, you can also save entries in the system telephone directory, see page Numbers from the number redial memory can also be transferred to the telephone directory (see page 26).
  • Page 32: Storing Numbers (Directory/Network Prefix Menu)

    Local telephone directory Storing numbers (directory/network prefix menu) The telephone directory enables convenient dialling of approximately 100 call numbers. You can store the prefix numbers of other locations using the network prefix function. - or M Press the telephone directory key or display key for the network prefix menu.
  • Page 33 Local telephone directory Entering a dial pause: When entering the telephone number you can also insert a dial pause, e.g. after the international prefix. Press the display key. < <ý7)-!,åý<ã.-! <ý7)-!,åý<ã.-! Scroll toý < " is Confirm the selection - a " inserted in the telephone number.
  • Page 34: Other Telephone Directory Functions

    Local telephone directory Dialling a number from the directory/network prefix menu Prerequisite: number is stored and handset is "on" or idle – no connection is set up. - or M Press the telephone directory key or the display key for the network prefix menu.
  • Page 35 Local telephone directory Use Number: A-!ý;.(â!, Confirm the selection. üHûúùø÷ö selected number, e.g. üHûúùø÷ö , is e.g. displayed. e.g. |®" Extend number, for example with õüG Press the display key. èäã'ý;.(â!, èäã'ý;.(â!, is displayed. Confirm the selection. The extended number is dialled. Dial Number: èäã'ý;.(â!, Confirm the selection.
  • Page 36 Local telephone directory Display Entry: èä-æ'ã2ýë)å,2 Confirm the selection. To jump to the higher-level menu. GO BACK Delete List: You can also delete all of the entries in the entire telephone directory in one go, e.g. if you are lending the handset to another user.
  • Page 37: Network Prefix Support

    Network prefix support Linking the prefix and call number Call up the network prefix menu < Scroll to the desired prefix. Open the submenu. A-!ý;.(â!, Confirm The prefix number is displayed . e.g. P Enter the telephone number of the user or open the telephone directory and select the number.
  • Page 38: Main Menu-Overview

    Main menu overview – Main menu Explanation/notes Settings see page 39 Base settings see page 49 Hset User Option see page 51 Room Monitor Set not relevant for cordless EM Service Set Up not relevant for cordless EM ð Open the main menu with the menu key.
  • Page 39: Settings - Overview

    Settings overview – Setting Explanation/notes Level Factory setting Sound Ringer volume Settings Ringer melody Beep Handset volume Key beeps, audible each time a key is pressed. Battery low beep, audible approx. 5 minutes before the battery runs out Confirmation beeps indicate whether functions have been successful (confirmation beep) or unsuccessful (error...
  • Page 40: Sound Settings

    Sound settings Sound settings The following sound settings are all set using the same prin- ciple: – ringer volume (see note page 41) – ringer melody (see note on page 41) – handset volume The "ringer volume" function is used by way of example here to describe setting procedures: ð...
  • Page 41: Activating/Deactivating Sound Settings

    Sound settings Note: & The symbol appears in the first display line if you deactivated the ringer (level 0). A call pickup is signalled by a short ringer tone if the handset is part of a call pickup group. Ringer tones 1-5 are, therefore, recommended in a call pickup group.
  • Page 42: Activating/Deactivating The Ringer

    Sound settings Note: If "Beep" is activated, the symbol &'ýappears in the first display line in "on" or message status. As soon as you activate "Beep", ringer tone deactiva- ýin the first display line). & tion is removed (symbol Activating/deactivating the ringer The ringer can be deactivated at the push of a button in "on", message and call status.
  • Page 43: Security

    Security Changing the handset PIN You can use this function to change your handset PIN. The default PIN is "0000" . This PIN is required for the following functions: – All functions in the " Security” menu – Logging on the handset –...
  • Page 44: Activating/Deactivating The Handset Lock

    Security Activating/deactivating the handset lock The following are blocked when the handset is locked: – Dialling internal and external telephone numbers manu- ally – Manual block dialling – Function menu call up (without "Cancel handset lock"). Important: Incoming calls are signalled and can be answered or, for example, forwarded as required.
  • Page 45 Security Deactivating the handset lock ð Press the menu key. An input prompt is displayed . ë)å!,ý<7;ô e.g. ®q¬.. Handset PIN (max. 8 digits). Confirm the entry. 6ã) -!åý:*á& is displayed without a 6ã) -!åý:*á& check mark. The handset lock is cancelled. Use the display key to jump to the next menu level up.
  • Page 46: Auto Talk

    Auto talk You only have to remove the handset from the charging shell to accept a call if this function is activated. ð Press the menu key. ?!ååä)#- is displayed. ?!ååä)#- Confirm the selection. < í.å*ý@ã'& í.å*ý@ã'& Scroll to Confirm the selection. The activated function is indicated by a check mark symbol.
  • Page 47: Language

    Language Factory setting: the default language is English. ð Press the menu key. ?!ååä)#- is displayed. ?!ååä)#- Confirm the selection. < :ã)#.ã#! :ã)#.ã#! Scroll to Confirm the selection. < è!.å-á$ e.g. Scroll to the required language, è!.å-á$ for example, Confirm the selection. The selected language is indicated by a check mark symbol.
  • Page 48: Resetting The Handset To The Default State

    Resetting the handset to the default state You can use this function to reset your handset to the defined default state, e.g. if you are handing over your hand- set to another user. Note: Resetting the handset to the default state deletes the redial numbers.
  • Page 49: Base Settings

    Base settings Selecting the base If your handset is logged onto more than one base (sys- tems ), you can set it to a particular base or "best base" for automatic base changeover. ð Press the menu key. < ìã-!ý-!ååä)#- ìã-!ý-!ååä)#- Scroll to Confirm the selection.
  • Page 50: Changing The Base Name

    Base settings Changing the base name ìã-!ýü You can change the name of the handset, e.g. 7)å!,)ã'ýû an individual name, e.g. . "3" is the internal number of the handset. ð Press the menu key. < ìã-!ý-!ååä)#- ìã-!ý-!ååä)#- Scroll to Confirm the selection.
  • Page 51: Short Cuts

    Short Cuts Short cuts make it easier to perform "longer" operating sequences, e.g. "automatic callback" or other code func- tions. Store a function (operating sequence) under a name of your choice. The name of the function is included in the list of short cuts.
  • Page 52: Saving A Short Cut - New Entry

    Short Cuts Saving a short cut new entry – When saving a short cut, an area is available for "name" and "short cut contents". First assign a name to this short cut. Enter text (see page 29). Example: Automatic callback ð...
  • Page 53: Start Short Cut

    Short Cuts Start Short Cut The start procedure is specific to the handset status: Starting from the "on" status ð Press the menu key. < 6-!åýA-!,ýçæåä*) 6-!åýA-!,ýçæåä*) Scroll to Confirm the selection. The first names (alphabetical order) in the list of short cuts are displayed. <...
  • Page 54: Switching Functions As Of Version 3.0

    Switching functions as of Version 3.0 Switching functions are special features that are mainly used in connection or call status. The range of functions that you can use depends on the your telephone’s individual COS and the configuration of your system. User interface The user interface (UI) of the convenience handset provides access to the required switching functions by means of self-...
  • Page 55 Switching functions as of Version 3.0 The 4th line contains the display key symbols (see also "Display when the handset is on or in message status (example)" page 16). These symbols are used to call up and activate functions. The symbols have the following meaning: <...
  • Page 56: Callback

    Switching functions as of Version 3.0 Callback Dial a number. If a dialled internal user is busy or if your call is not answered, you can program a callback request. Storing a callback request: â.-2ýä)å!,)ã' The following appears on the busy us- er’s display: â.-2ýä)å!,)ã' , ûGHú...
  • Page 57 Switching functions as of Version 3.0 Deleting callback: Dý Press the talk key. > Bä!0ýáã''âãá&-ïð Bä!0ýáã''âãá&-ïð Scroll to Confirm the selection. Display: éã''âãá&ô;ã(! . éã''âãá&ô;ã(! Confirm the selection. Display: è!'!å!ïð . è!'!å!ïð Confirm the selection. Display: :ä-åýä-ý!(æå2 either :ä-åýä-ý!(æå2 (if no callback requests were pro- grammed) .
  • Page 58: Missed Calls List

    Switching functions as of Version 3.0 Missed calls list You can display calls that you were unable to answer in the missed calls list. If you want, you can call back the users. Checking the missed calls list: Press the talk key. >...
  • Page 59 Switching functions as of Version 3.0 Confirm the selection. üHûúù e.g. The call number appears on the dis- play. > éã''ïð éã''ïð Scroll to Confirm the selection. The call number is dialled. Deleting the missed calls list: Press the talk key. >...
  • Page 60: System Telephone Directory

    Switching functions as of Version 3.0 System telephone directory Entries that you saved in the system telephone directory can be called up by any person connected to the system. Note: In addition to the system telephone directory, you can also save entries in the local telephone directory (see page 31).
  • Page 61: Call Forwarding

    Switching functions as of Version 3.0 Call forwarding You can use the "Call forwarding" function to forward incom- ing calls to another telephone. Saving call forwarding: Press the talk key. > èä/!,åý-!åïð èä/!,åý-!åïð Scroll to Confirm the selection. Display: éã''ý"*,0ã, ä)#ô éã''ý"*,0ã, ä)#ô...
  • Page 62 Switching functions as of Version 3.0 Deleting call forwarding: Dý Press the talk key. ã''ýå*ôýûúùø÷ e.g. The call forwarding number appears on the display. > ê*,0ã, ä)#ý*""ïð ê*,0ã, ä)#ý*""ïð Scroll to Confirm the selection. ê*,0ã, ä)#ý*"" This display appears first: ê*,0ã, ä)#ý*""...
  • Page 63: Consultation During A Call

    Switching functions as of Version 3.0 Consultation during a call You are conducting an internal or external call and would like to obtain some information from a second internal or exter- nal user: Option 1: > ë)+.ä,2ïð ë)+.ä,2ïð Scroll to Confirm the selection.
  • Page 64: Transferring A Call

    Switching functions as of Version 3.0 Transferring a call You answered an external call and would like to forward it to another user: Option 1: > ë)+.ä,2ïð ë)+.ä,2ïð Scroll to Confirm the selection. Display: <'!ã-!ý äã'ô <'!ã-!ý äã'ô Dial the call number. €...
  • Page 65: Toggle - Switching Between Two Users

    Switching functions as of Version 3.0 Toggle – Switching between two users You can toggle between the two users during a consultation call (see page 63). Option 1: > @*##'!ïð @*##'!ïð Scroll to Confirm the selection. You are now once again connected to the 1st user.
  • Page 66: Conference

    Switching functions as of Version 3.0 Conference This function allows you to set up a telephone conference with up to five users. You are conducting a call and wish to set up a telephone conference with an additional user: Option 1: >...
  • Page 67 Switching functions as of Version 3.0 End conference: Option 1: > Press the display key. =.äå Display: ã) ý,!å.,)ïð =.äåýã) ý,!å.,)ïð Confirm the selection. The conference is ended. Option 2: z¬ Enter the code. The conference is ended. * Default code, may be modified in the system.
  • Page 68: Switching Functions - Overview

    Switching functions overview – You can execute the following functions interactively as of Version 3.0 and/or via the service menu. In addition, the functions can be activated by entering codes. Only standard codes can be used for Version 2.2 (execu- tion, see "Short Cuts"...
  • Page 69 Switching functions – overview Functions Ininter- In the Standard active service code mode menu** < > < > Call distribution (ACD) register (start of work period) de-register(end of work period) #401 available unavailable #402 wrap-up on wrap-up off #403 night service on night service off #404 Distribute calls in a team.
  • Page 70 Switching functions – overview Functions Ininter- In the Standard active service code mode menu** < > < > Conference (up to 5 users) start extend** Add additional telephone partner to call (see also page 66). Show user list Clear down conference user** (USA only) Call charge display Speed dialling numbers...
  • Page 71 Switching functions – overview Functions Ininter- In the Standard active service code mode menu** < > < > Project code Assign toll connections to certain projects. Consultation** terminate and go back** transfer/pick up** return to held call (see also page 63) Callback store delete...
  • Page 72 Switching functions – overview Functions Ininter- In the Standard active service code mode menu** < > < > Actuate switch To switch on/off certain devices (e.g. relay). Recall to network (Flash) To allow features to be used via analogue lines, a signal must be transmitted through the line before the number is dialled.
  • Page 73 Switching functions – overview Functions Ininter- In the Standard active service code mode menu** < > < > External call forwarding (not available in USA) Retrieve an external call from common hold Transfer a call on hold to the assigned line. Central code lock *If activated (consult your system administrator if necessary) **As of Version 3.0...
  • Page 74: Message

    Message Message You can send and receive messages with your handset. The messages are short messages that can be read on the dis- play. You can – send messages, – display messages you received, – delete sent messages, – call up received messages and –...
  • Page 75 Message Pý Dial the call number. (The call number can also be entered via the telephone directory.) Display, e.g.: e.g. 4-#Ný"*,ýûGHúô 4-#Ný"*,ýûGHúô (The associated name is displayed if the call number is entered in the sys- 4-#Ný tem telephone directory, e.g.: "*,ýé*'ä)ô...
  • Page 76: Calling Up A Message Received

    Message Calling up a message received * As of Version 3.0 Your handset receives a message – a notification tone sounds. The letter icon appears on the display after approx. 1 second . Press the display key. Display, e.g.: e.g. 4-#Ný",*(ôýûGHú...
  • Page 77: Advisory Message

    Message Advisory message If you are unable to answer any calls, you can send callers an automatic advisory message. As in the case of message texts, you can also select prede- fined texts or enter customised texts for advisory mes- sages.
  • Page 78: Appendix

    Appendix Troubleshooting Before contacting the Service department, you should attempt to correct any errors yourself: Error Possible cause Remedy No display. Handset not switched Press the on/off key. Battery empty. Charge the battery. é*))!áåNýý Cordless EM is being Try again later. >!'!ã-! is dis- used by other users.
  • Page 79: Approval

    Appendix Approval Hicom cordless products satisfy the EU approval specifica- tions in accordance with the EU directive 98/13/EEC. Technical data Standards DECT in accordance with ETSI, CTR 6, CTR 10, GAP Number of channels 120 duplex channels Frequencies 1.88 GHz to 1.90 GHz Duplex operation Time duplex with a 10 ms frame length each...
  • Page 80: Headset (Accessories)

    Appendix Headset (accessories) Fig. 4 Headset The reference number for ordering the headset is C39453-Z5-C135. Connecting the headset The headset port is located above the receiver inset in Gigaset 3000 Micro (See Fig 1 on page 3). Use a pointed object to carefully remove the rubber plug from the handset housing.
  • Page 81: Index

    Index Call pickup directed......72 Accessories......80 group ........ 72 Activating/deactivating Call trace....... 69 the handset ....... 14 Call waiting ......68 Actuate switch ....... 72 Call, transferring ....64 Advisory message....77 Callback ........ 71 Answer group ......71 deleting .......
  • Page 82 Index Door opener ......72 Interactive menu ....54 Entering digits ....... 30 Key beeps activating/deactivating ..41 Entering names .....32 function ......39 Entering text ......29 Keypad Entry locking ......15 deleting ......35 Keypad lock ......15 deleting/displaying .... 27 displaying......36 Keys........
  • Page 83 Index Overview Short message service ..74 display keys ...... 17 Short ringer main menu ......38 activating/deactivating ..41 settings ......39 Special characters switching functions.... 68 entering ......30 Speed dialling ....... 70 Storing numbers ....31 Structure of the menu ... 18 Page Suppress phone number ..
  • Page 84 89/336/EEC "Electromagnetic Compatibility", 73/23/EEC "Electric Operating Resources for Use within Specific Voltage Parameters". and therefore displays the CE symbol. © Siemens AG 2001 Published by the All rights reserved. Information and Communication Networks Subject to availability. Hofmannstraße 51, D-81359 Munich Right of modification reserved.