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   Summary of Contents for NEC Electra Elite IPK II

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    Notice Note that when converting this document from its original format to a .pdf file, some minor font and format changes may occur. When viewing and printing this document, we cannot guarantee that your specific PC or printer will support all of the fonts or graphics. Therefore, when you view the document, fonts may be substituted and your individual printer may not have the capability to print the document correctly.

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    Wireless DECT Handset User’s Guide (Revision 1)

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    Handset - User’s Guide...

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Congratulations on your new DECT handset The handset will provide you with the greatest possible degree of flexibility and mobility due to high battery capacity, practical weight, size and design. Contents: 8.5 Menu subscription and login .........21 1. Construction ................4 8.5.1 Create subscription ..........22 2.

  • Page 6: Construction

    MENU key Display with backlight 1. Construction Left arrow key, Redial menu Key for internal calls from standby text Keyboard LOCK (Menu*) Right arrow key, save number. Recall key Telephone book menu from (MAIL key) standby text ON/OFF HOOK key- CONFIRMATION key - also used as turn ON key MUTE microphone.

  • Page 7: Charging

    3. Charging It takes approximately 3 1/2 hours to charge the handset from fully discharged to its full capacity. Place the hand- set in the charger. The display shows the charging status in line 3. For correct charging the room temperature has to be between 0°C and 25°C and therefore the handset must not be placed in direct sunshine.

  • Page 8: Turning The Handset On/off

    “ALT”, -If residential systems: Internal calls off hook, and internal recall if already off hook. “R”, - If off hook: Recall. If on hook: Read message. “ ” - On hook/off hook and turn ON. ” ”, - * Long = pause (-), extra long: change from pulse to DTMF (a ”T” appears in the display, GAP standard).

  • Page 9: Making A Call

    6. Making a call For making or receiving calls the handset has to be subscribed to a system ( shown in display) (see chap. 8.5.1) Press the -key, the -icon in the display will flash until connection is established Dial the number Pre-dial: Press the number to dial (long press on »...

  • Page 10: Receiving Calls

    6.1. Receiving calls If the phone rings, the call can be answered by pressing the -key. When ringing the LED flashes fast, and the display shows the CLIP (if presented). If it is an external call (or if no CLIP) the display shows “INCOMING CALL” It is possible to stop the ringing signal without answering the call.

  • Page 11: Set Ups

    7. Set ups The handset has two user-defined profiles (set ups), and a mode where all sounds are disabled (SILENT). Pres- sing “ ” followed by “OK” will show the chosen profile. A new profile can be selected by using the arrow keys. To select the chosen profile press “OK”.

  • Page 12: Using The Alphanumeric Keyboard

    8.1 Using the alphanumeric keyboard The normal dialling keys (0-9) are used for writing the name to be placed in the phone book. By pressing the keys a certain number of times the related letters or digits will appear in the display. Spaces are made by using the 0- key.

  • Page 13: Profile Set Up

    8.3 Profile set-up In the following you will find a description of how to set up one of the 2 profiles. To enter the Profile Set-up menu press “ ”. Then press “OK” and use > or < to find the profile you wish to change and confirm with “OK”. You are now able to switch between the different settings.

  • Page 14: Profile Functions

    8.4 Profile functions : Can be turned on/off using the > and <. Confirm with (OK). ACKLIGHT : Scroll through the 9 different ringertones using > and <. Confirm with (OK). INGERTONE : Turn the volume up and down using > or <. Confirm with (OK). INGER VOL : Turn the volume up and down using the >...

  • Page 15: Create Subscription

    8.5.1 Create subscription To make subscriptions, the system must allow subscriptions to be made. Some systems also require an Access Code (AC). If more than one system currently permits subscription, you will need to know the ID of the system to which you wish to subscribe.

  • Page 16: Auto Login

    8.5.3 Auto login The handset can be subscribed to 4 different systems. If Auto login is chosen from the menu, the handset automat- ically selects the “closest system”. The selected system is marked with an “A”. MENU SUBSCRIPTION SUBSCRIPTION SELECT LOGIN CREATE REMOVE SELECT LOGIN...

  • Page 17: Battery

    8.6 Battery capacity In the battery menu it is possible to see the remaining battery capacity. For reading the correct capacity, the hand- set has to be removed from the charger for at least one hour. Press “ ” and use the > or < keys to reach the Bat- tery Menu.

  • Page 18: Book

    The Redial and CLIP stack Menu (fig) < BILL GATES REDIAL CLIP 75602850 DELETE? STORE NO.? DELETE ALL? NAME: 8.8 Book Storing a number (max. 24 digits) in the telephone book is done by pressing the number to be stored (in on hook), then press the “>”- key followed by the “OK”...

  • Page 19: External Services

    Read BOOK numbers: The telephone book is entered by pressing ”>”( ). For quick-search: press the first letter of the name (using 1-9)(see chap. 8.2). Call the displayed person by pressing the key. It is also possible to reach the telephone book menu in the main menu. KIRK TELECOM >...

  • Page 20: Msf Functions

    8.10 MSF-functions MSF Functions are special functions, which are based on MSF (Message Service Function). The functions require special software in the main system. Mail/Text Messages Available in systems configured with the possibility of sending text messages At the reception of a text message the envelope icon appears in the display.

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    Read a mail Press the ”R”- (MAIL) key followed by the -key or enter the mail menu (in on hook condition). If the message includes more than 36 letters or digits, the message will run over 2 display screens. Use the > -key to scroll. To see the sender of the mail, press the -key.

  • Page 22: Shortcuts

    KIRK telecom MAIL Menu structure N25-01 04.38 L26-01 14.32 N28-01 15.46 WRITE NEW √19-01 09.56 √20-01 10.13 MAIL? htj@kirktelec Temp 45° .. Hello, its me.. FIRE ALARM.. I am working.. Call me.. Meet me at 9 .. Hello it’s me. o’clock if you Yo can meet me want to.

  • Page 23: Information

    10. Information 10.1 Error tree Problem Check The telephone freezes. Remove and replace the battery pack. Press to turn on the telephone. The telephone does not ring. Check whether the ringer is SILENT or RINGER VOL. is OFF. The telephone cannot find a system ID at Check whether the system is set to allow subscriptions.

  • Page 24: Technical Information

    10.4. Technical information Approvals Acoustics: TBR 10 Electrical: TBR 6 (DECT RF) Access profile: TBR 22 (GAP) EMC: ETS 300 329 (CE labelling) Size and weight Size: 143 x 48 x 26 mm Weight: 121 g including battery ± 10 g Capacity Active talking time 10 hours...

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