If the training results for a character differ a lot, e.g. due to background noise, you will have to repeat the voice
command until a second, satisfactory training result is available.
If the training results for two characters are too similar, e.g. four (number 4) and door (letter D), the training for
the second character will not be accepted (the LED is red). Select a different voice command, for example,
train the letter D with the voice command Delta.
To exit training, press the Jog Dial briefly. Select the menu entry for exiting the DPM menu (
the selection by pressing the Jog Dial again. You can exit training at any time. The only exception is when you
have already started training; you cannot exit between the first and second times of training the same
Alphanumeric character set
Voice commands of the type alphanumeric support the following character set:
For DPM 9450 to correctly understand and interpret Keyword input which is supplied via Keyword commands, you
need to train phrases for the Keyword definitions you will be using.
The following example is based on this Keyword definition: The Keyword usage is work type, the contents are
letter, memo, fax, email. The Keyword input which can be supplied via voice commands comes from the definition
of the content strings. You need to train phrases for those content strings you want the DPM to recognize when
you say them. Proceed as follows:
1. Press the Jog Dial for about two seconds to access the DPM menu.
2. Move the Jog Dial up or down to scroll to the menu entry for voice command training:
3. Press the Jog Dial again to confirm the menu selection; the first Keyword definition for training is displayed on
the DPM display. The Keyword blinks and prompts you to start training now.
4. To start the training process for the currently blinking definition, press the DL/VC button and say the
corresponding phrase, for example: letter. The DPM displays the training screen:
Note: The volume indicator provides feedback about the current input level. The LED provides feedback about
the training result. If the LED is green, training has been successful. The LED is red if nothing has been said
or if training did not succeed.
5. You are prompted to train the phrase a second time. This is indicated again by the blinking definition on the
DPM display. Training a phrase twice improves the recognition rate. Press the DL/VC button and say the
phrase again. The DPM displays the training screen again.
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) and confirm