Motorola 6840420Z01-AD user manual

User manual for the device Motorola 6840420Z01-AD

Device: Motorola 6840420Z01-AD
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Date of adding : 2014-06-23 13:58:52
Number of pages: 141
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IHF1000,
Premium Speech-Operated
®
Car Kit with Bluetooth
Wireless Technology
START HERE >
COMMENCEZ ICI >
HIER BEGINNEN >
INTRODUZIONE >
COMENZAR >

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advantage of all the advanced features/functionality Welcome and/or the functionality of such features of the IHF1000 car kit may be limited due to compatibility conflicts between the phone and the IHF1000 car kit. ® Welcome to Motorola’s “connected” world of Bluetooth Note: Any information in brackets represents the UK personal area wireless networking. Motorola’s Premium English version of this manual. Speech-Operated Car Kit with Bluetooth Wireless Technology makes wireless connection s

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Call Contact. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Contents Phone Voice Tags [Phone Voice Name] . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Call in Progress. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Setup Menu. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 Welcome . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Contact List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Safety

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Safety and General Declaration of Information Conformity IMPORTANT INFORMATION ON SAFE AND EFFICIENT OPERATION. Hereby, Motorola declares that this product LV001/05/IHF1000/D is in READ THIS INFORMATION BEFORE USING YOUR PHONE. compliance with: Users are not permitted to make changes or modify the device in any � The essential requirements and other relevant provisions way. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party of Directive 1999/5/EC responsible for compliance could voi

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Getting Started About This Guide This guide describes the basic features of your IHF1000 car kit. Advanced Feature This icon identifies an advanced feature or functionality that is dependent on the compatibility of your mobile phone. Not all ® Bluetooth enabled mobile phones that support the Bluetooth “Hands-Free” Profile will support this feature or provide the functionality described. 7 8 Getting Started Getting Started

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How to Install the Handsfree Installing the Kit Handsfree Kit Caution: This car kit must be connected to a 5A fuse in the car fuse panel to prevent fire or other damages if a short circuit should occur somewhere in the electronic Guidelines for Installation and module. Before installing the car kit, disconnect the vehicle’s battery. Connection Before you begin: Unpack, assemble, and test all � Only qualified personnel should install this car kit. If components on a service bench. necess

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® For optimal Bluetooth performance, mount the electronic User Interface Module module in a central location within the vehicle. Do not The User Interface Module (UIM) cable can be mounted in place it behind or within large areas of metal. several ways to provide a safe and comfortable environment for use. The location of the electronic module MUST NOT interfere with deployment of the vehicles air bags. Do NOT locate Audio Connections the electronic module in the vehicle’s trunk (boot). Yo

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3 Connect the RED positive battery lead to a point in the IHF1000 System Diagram User Interface Module vehicle’s fuse box that is fused at 5 amp. (UIM) Interface 4 Connect the BLACK ground wire to the vehicle chassis. Cable 5 Inspect all connections. IHF1000 Microphone Module Note: The ORANGE and BLUE wires are not used. (These wires are used to connect the line-level audio to Speaker* the vehicle radio, if the radio supports this feature.) Note: The system's handsfree audio has been optimi

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� Locate the microphone no more than 16 inches Installing the User Interface Module (40 cm) from the driver's mouth and out of direct air 1 Remove the backing of the flow from vent or defrost. tape on the bottom of the � Aim the microphone directly toward the driver. The User Interface Module (UIM). front of the mic should point toward the driver. The 2 Select a suitable location on wire comes out the back of the mic. the vehicle dash, within easy � Do not allow anything (such as a rear-v

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Using Your Car Kit User Interface Module (UIM) Control Buttons ® The UIM enables you to set up and use the Bluetooth Hands Free Car Kit. ANSWER Volume UP/DOWN END TALK The buttons on the UIM are lit at different times to indicate different system states and when they may be pressed. Note: See “UIM LED Indicator Functions” on page 52 for information on when and why the buttons light or flash. The TALK Button The blue TALK button has 2 functions, depending on whether you press and release it

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known as a listening prompt—indicates that the system is Press and Release waiting for a verbal command from you. In This Situation ... Press and Release Note: If a Press and Release of the TALK button is done ANSWER to ... during an SR prompt, the prompt will be stopped and the when receiving an answer the call system will go to the listening prompt. incoming call Press and Hold when system not on a attempt to place call using call last number dialed Press and hold the TALK button to initi

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Press and Release Getting Help While learning to use the system, or whenever you need a In This Situation ... Press and Release END to ... reminder, say “Help.” The system includes Help prompts in during an active call end the call every menu. when system is awaiting cancel Speech recognition You can also say “Repeat” whenever you are prompted for a command during mode a Yes or No. The system will repeat the question. Speech recognition mode when receiving an reject the call Note: If you nee

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Initial Pairing Additional Pairing Note: Use this procedure ONLY if there are no handsets To pair additional handsets to the system, with the car kit paired to the system. and phones in close proximity: With the car kit and phone in close proximity: Action 1 Press the TALK button. Action 2 When prompted, say “Setup Menu.” 1 Press the TALK button. 2 When prompted, say “Pair Phone.” The system responds: Setup menu. Please say a command. 3 Say “Pair Phone.” The system responds: Set your phone in s

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Selecting a Phone Removing Your Phone from the With the car kit and phone in close proximity: Car Kit Action Removing a Connected Phone 1 Press the TALK button. Action 2 When prompted, say “Setup Menu.” 1 Press the TALK button. The system responds: Setup menu. Please say a command. 2 When prompted, say “Setup Menu.” 3 Say “Connect Phone .” The system responds: Setup menu. Please say a command. The system responds: Connecting phone . 3 Say “Remove phone .” Upon successful completion, th

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Calling with a Whole Number Placing a Call with the Car Kit Action ® To place a call, you must first establish a Bluetooth link 1 Press the TALK button. between the car kit and your phone (see page 22). 2 When prompted, say “Dial Number.” You can place a call with the car kit in these ways: The system responds: Number please?. � Dial a number from the phone. 3 Dictate the phone number as a single set of digits � Digit dial with Speech recognition. (without pauses between digits). � Use the sys

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To delete a phone number segment, say “Clear” when Action prompted for the next segment. The system responds 2 When prompted, say “Phone voice tag [Phone Last String Cleared [Last Entry Cleared], echoes any Voice Name].” remaining segments, and waits for you to dictate a Note: The voice tag must already be stored in the new segment. phone. To clear all phone number segments dictated so far, say The system responds: Phone voice tag please,[Phone voice “Clear All” when prompted for the nex

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Using the Redial Command Ending a Call Action Using the Phone 1 Press the TALK button. Action 2 When prompted, say “Redial”. Press your phone’s End or Hang up key (depending on The system responds: Redialing. your phone model). You can also redial the last number by pressing the Using the UIM ANSWER button. Action Answering a Call Press the END button. When you receive an incoming call, the system responds: Call from , if available. Using the End Call Command If Caller ID is not av

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From Your Phone to the Car Kit Rejecting a Call Action To reject a call while the phone is ringing: Press and hold the ANSWER button. Action or Press the END button on the UIM. The system Turn ON the vehicle ignition. responds: Call rejected. or or Press your phone’s IGNORE key (may be a soft key, Press the TALK button. When prompted, say “Hands Free mode.” depending on phone model) or your phone’s End or Hang up key. The system responds: Call ended. Muting and Unmuting a Call Transferring a

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Call Waiting Managing the Contact List When you are on a call, an audible beep signals a 2nd call. You can store a list of names and phone numbers in your car kit’s contact list. The list can include up to 20 entries. Action Press and release the ANSWER button to place the 1st Adding an Entry call on hold and answer the incoming call. Action Each time you press and release the ANSWER button, 1 Press the TALK button. you toggle between active calls. 2 When prompted, say “Contact List.” 3 If t

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Listing Entries Action 6 When you have correctly entered the entire phone Action number, say “Store.” 1 Press the TALK button. The system responds: Contact added. Would you like to add 2 When prompted, say “Contact List.” another contact? 3 If the system responds: Contact list. Please say a command, 7 Say “No” to return to the system’s ready state. say “List Contacts.” The system begins to list the stored entries. or or Say “Yes” to add another entry. If the system responds: Contact list is


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