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Additional handsets Onis 200
The ONIS 200 allows you to add up to 7 additional handsets to your base station.
You can therefore have a handset in up to seven rooms of the house or office.
These additional handsets do not need telephone sockets. Only one socket is required.
Adding one or more handsets will enable you to again access to the following functions:
• Intercom between two handsets (free of charge).
• Babysit (room monitoring intercom system
combine supp 19/04/01 14:26 Page II ONIS 200 & ONIS Vox 200 Handsets Soft keys Menu navigation keys Correction and “R” Intercom Operator services Obtaining a line Loudspeaker Earpiece Volume Microphone SCREEN ICONS: Battery charge status Answerphone activated Indicates message on the answerphone or Operator mail box Internal call in progress Handset ringer deactivated Loudspeaker activated Withheld identity actived Base/Handset link correct II Onis 200 Handsets
combine supp 19/04/01 14:26 Page III ONIS 200 Base Station Paging Mains/Line indicator ONIS 200 Vox Base Station Adjust loudspeaker Paging volume Delete message Start/stop answerphone Next message Previous message Mains/Line indicator Play/stop messages On/Off answerphone indicator III Onis 200 Base Station
tdm 19/04/01 14:27 Page IV Table of contents Setting up the ONIS 200 Installing the ONIS 200 1 Safety and Security 1 Inserting and replacing batteries 2 Installing the ONIS 200 2 Cleaning the ONIS 200 3 Getting to know your Onis 200 3 The ONIS 200 keys 3 Handset display 4 Menu overview 5 Battery performance 8 Recharging 8 Range 8 Customising your ONIS 200 Changing the date and time 9 Ringer settings 10 Changing the handset ringer 10 Adjusting the base ringer 10 Adjusting screen contrast 11 A
tdm 19/04/01 14:27 Page V Using the call log 20 Using the Intercom 22 Internal an internal call 22 Using the babysit function 23 Operator prefix phonebook Storing prefixes 24 Using the prefix phonebook 25 Using the services Operator services 26 Caller identification 26 Operator message service 26 Call forward 26 Call waiting 26 Three-way conversation 26 Call back 26 Caller identification 27 Operator message service 27 Call forward 28 Call waiting 29 Three-way call 30 Activating and deactiva
tdm 19/04/01 14:27 Page VI Using the ONIS Vox 200 answerphone (remote use) Changing the secret access code 38 Remote-accessing the answerphone 38 During remote accessing 39 Remote-activating the answerphone 39 Remotely-changing the outgoing message 39 Settings Adding another ONIS 200 handset to the base station 40 DECT peripheral without keypad 40 Using the ONIS 200 handset with two base stations 41 Selecting a base station 41 Unregistering a handset Onis 200 41 Using GAP-standard complia
mettre en service 24/04/01 14:22 Page 1 Setting up the Installing the ONIS 200 Safety and Security Your DECT compliant ONIS 200 telephone draws on the latest technology to make it both easier and more comfortable to use. The ONIS 200 consists of 2 parts: the BASE STATION (immobile), and one or more cordless HANDSETS allowing you to call without the need to remain in close proximity to the base station. For maximum communication quality, do not place the BASE STATION close to electric applian
mettre en service 19/04/01 14:34 Page 2 Inserting and replacing batteries R03/AAA NiMh rechargeable batteries should be used as replacements. • Slide open the HANDSET battery cover in the direction indicated by the arrow. • Remove batteries. • Insert new batteries as indicated and replace the cover. • Place the HANDSET on the BASE STATION. Charge for at least 12 hours. NOTE. Used batteries should not be disposed of with household waste. Return used batteries to your distributor or take to a s
mettre en service 19/04/01 14:34 Page 3 Cleaning the ONIS 200 Use a cloth dampened with soapy water to clean the ONIS 200.Then wipe with a dry cloth. • Never use a solvent or household product. Clean your telephone regularly to keep it looking brand new. L IMPORTANT: Do not place your telephone in a place where it may fall. Getting to know your Onis 200 The ONIS 200 keys HANDSET keys • The key is used to make and receive calls. • The key switches the HANDSET loudspeaker on and off. Pressing a
mettre en service 19/04/01 14:34 Page 4 Handset display The display screen shows information using 3 lines of 16 characters and one line of 8 icons.The bottom line is used for function key wording. The date, time and handset name are displayed when in idle mode. Typical screen displays: 17 FEB 10:48 Call from: Call from: Philips 1 0123456789 Alan SILENCE REDIALu SHARED PHNBK SILENCE SILENCE The date, time and Incoming call. Incoming call. Incoming call when handset name are The caller is not
mettre en service 19/04/01 14:34 Page 5 Menu overview Menus are displayed on the fourth line, with headings and sub-headings shown on the second and third lines of your screen. General operating procedure MENUS: You can access the menus using the keys: • Use these keys to select menus shown at the bottom of the screen. 17 FEB 17:48 E.g. On the idle screen, the available menus are Philips 1 REDIAL u SHARED |REDIAL and SHARED|. • Use the keys to scroll through menus The u icon indicates that o
mettre en service 19/04/01 14:34 Page 6 Example of use Choosing the interphone ringer on the handset: 17 FEB 11:48 Philips 1 On the idle screen, scroll through the list of 1 The menu is not shown on the REDIAL u SHARED menus and select |SETTINGS. idle screen. Press the key 17 FEB 11:48 twice to display the Settings Philips 1 menu. Press the left-hand SETTINGS SERVICES t key to select Settings. Select OK| by pressing the right- SETTINGS Handset sounds hand key to access the Choose OK| to sel
mettre en service 19/04/01 14:34 Page 7 Menu overview ANSWERPHONE SETTINGS ANSWPHN - HANDSET SOUNDS - ANSWPHN MODE - REC. OUTG MSG - HANDSET SETTINGS - PLAY OUTG MSG - BASE SETTINGS - RINGS BEFOR ANSW - LINE SETTINGS - CHANGE CODE - VIP SETTINGS - VOICE PROMPTS - DECLARE SERVICE - SCREEN CALLS - SERVICES CODES - RECORD QUALITY HANDSET SOUNDS - EXT. RINGER TYPE - INT. RINGER TYPE - RINGER VOLUME - KEY TONES SERVICES - CALL FORWARD HANDSET SETTINGS - CANCEL CALL TRANS. - CONTRAST - VOICE
mettre en service 19/04/01 14:34 Page 8 Battery performance The telephone will work for approximately When the icon shows a 200 hours on standby mode and around charge level below 5% (no bar), 15 hours when in use. you should recharge the battery. During a call, beeps will provide a warning when only a few seconds of battery charge remain. Communication will automatically be cut off at this time. The outline of the icon Recharging flashes to show the handset has It takes at least 12 hours
personnaliser 19/04/01 14:38 Page 9 Customising your Changing the date and time The ONIS 200 has a clock feature which displays the date and time on the idle screen and dates all call log entries. To set the clock: 1 Select |SETTINGS from the idle screen SETTINGS Handset sounds using the scroll feature. BACK OK 2 Scroll to “Base settings” and select OK|. Settings type 3 Scroll to “Date/time” and select OK|. Ringer type BACK OK 4 Select |CORRECT * to delete the Date/time *Each time the key
personnaliser 19/04/01 14:38 Page 10 Ringer settings The handset has 9 ringer melodies.You can use these melodies for different calls.The base station has 5 melodies available. The handset and base station have 3 volume settings and a mute mode. Changing the handset ringer Ext. ringer type: for all incoming Handset ringer: calls. 1 Scroll to “Ext. ringer type”or “Int. ringer type” Int. ringer type: for all intercom under the “Handset sounds” heading in the Ext. ringer type calls. √ Melody 1
personnaliser 19/04/01 14:38 Page 11 Adjusting screen contrast 1 Scroll to “Contrast” under the “Handset Contrast The screen contrast will √ Medium Settings” heading in the “Settings” menu and immediately be adjusted. select OK|. BACK OK 2 Scroll to the chosen contrast and select OK|. Activating/deactivating the key tones Activating/deactivating the key tones HANDSET keys can be set to sound when pressed. You can program this sound: Key tones 1 Scroll to “Key tones” under the “Handset √ D
personnaliser 19/04/01 14:38 Page 12 Declaring/removing operators services Some operators services must be declared on your handset to enable guided operation on your ONIS 200 screen. Declare service 1 Scroll to “Declare services” in the “Settings” Caller id. menu and select OK|. BACK OK 2 Scroll to the required service Call forward The screen shows whether or not the selected service has been √ Non declared “(e.g. Call forward)” and select OK|. declared. BACK OK 3 Scroll to declare or not
personnaliser 19/04/01 14:38 Page 13 Configuring the call log You can set the call log to record: - all calls, including those answered, - only unanswered calls, - only message service information and messages from your answerphone (ONIS Vox 200 only), - no calls (Onis 200 only). The call log is described on page 20. Call log config. 1 Scroll to “Call. log config.” under the √ All calls “Base settings” heading in the “Settings” menu BACK OK and select OK|. Scroll to the option you want and
personnaliser 19/04/01 14:38 Page 14 VIP Function If you have registered with the caller identification service, your ONIS 200 can associate certain rings with certain callers.These rings tell you who is calling even when you cannot see the screen of the telephone. These VIP callers must be specified in your shared phonebook (see page 19, step 6 ). There are three groups of VIP callers (friends, family, work). In the shared phonebook, the VIP caller entries are marked , or . CHANGING THE VIP
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