Siemens Hicom 300E user manual

User manual for the device Siemens Hicom 300E

Device: Siemens Hicom 300E
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Date of adding : 2014-07-24 14:02:50
Number of pages: 48
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Hicom cordless E
Convenience
mobile unit 2000C
for Hicom 300E
Operating
instructions

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Contents Safety notes 6 Notes on mobile unit use........................................................................6 Notes on battery use .............................................................................. 6 Meaning of symbols: ..............................................................................6 General 7 Operating elements, unit parts ...............................................................7 Explanation of display, display keys .................................

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Contents Second Call Waiting.............................................................................20 Timed Reminder ..................................................................................21 Number redial - last 5 numbers ............................................................ 22 System Abbreviated Dialling ................................................................22 Night service ........................................................................................

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Contents Tones - keys, battery, range... ..............................................................43 Overview - Tones .................................................................................44 Appendix 45 Fault clearance.....................................................................................45 Add-ons ................................................................................................46 5

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Safety notes Notes on mobile unit use l Do not use mobile units in damp environments (bathroom/shower). The units are not splash proof. l Do not use the mobile unit in environments where there is danger of explosion. l Make sure that the telephone is at least one meter away from any medical equipment. l The mobile unit is not suitable for people with hearing aids since the radio signals interfere with hearing aids, producing a very unpleasant humming sound if the volume is turned up high enough.

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General Operating elements, unit parts 1 2 3 11 13 4 5 6 7 12 8 9 10 Front Rear 1 Receiver inset 8 Recall key 2 Display (illuminated) 9 Microphone 3 Display keys 10 On/Off/Protect key 4 Menu key 11 Ringer loudspeaker 5 End call key 12 Battery compartment/lid 6 Talk key 13 Attachment clip 7 Alphanumeric keypad Figure 1: Operating elements, unit parts 7

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General Explanation of display, display keys The mobile unit features a 4-line display with 16 characters per line. Depend- ing on the situation, the display shows: l digits, e.g. dialled numbers l text, e.g. the current station (system) or call options l symbols, e.g. ringing or battery symbol l and in the last line the current functions of the two display keys Note: The display texts are displayed in German (default setting), English, French, Italian, Spanish or Dutch. Setting the language, se

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General Hicom cordless E The Hicom® cordless E DECT* telephone system comprises l the radio switching module for the Hicom 300E system l base stations (transmitter/receiver) l 2000C or 2000S mobile units (cordless telephones) l and the Gigaset 2000L charging shell (optional) Features Each mobile unit can log on to and be used by up to 4 DECT systems, e.g. Hicom cordless E and Gigaset** 2000. This allows you to employ all the features of the system in question. The features offered by Hicom cordl

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General Environmental conditions l Please read the safety notes on page 6. l Make sure that the mobile unit is at least one meter away from medical equipment, fire alarm equipment and other radio equipment (e.g. radio telephones or radio pagers), otherwise its performance may be im- paired, e.g. by interference. l The mobile unit and charging shell should not be placed near other electronic devices, such as Hi-fi, office or microwave devices, as this may adversely affect operation of your teleph

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General l The device offers a high level of privacy. No protection can be guaran- teed against illegal bugging using other radio receivers. Radio range l Depending on the environment, the range in the open is up to 300 m. l In buildings the range extends to up to 50 m (depending on the room and building layout and construction). l If you leave the system’s base station radio range during a call, you will hear the range tone. The quality of the voice connection drops, espe- cially if you move. Fo

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General Cleaning your mobile unit To clean the mobile unit and the charging shell, simply wipe them with a damp or antistatic cloth. Never use a dry cloth (since this can generate electrostatic charges and discharges) or abrasive cleaning agents. Lending/disposing l If you lend your mobile unit to someone else, please make sure you include the operating instructions with it. l Please dispose of defective batteries, mobile units and charging shells in accordance with legal requirements. User guid

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Putting into service Inserting batteries in the mobile unit l Read the safety notes on page 6 first! l Hold the mobile unit with the dialling keypad facing downwards. A battery compartment for 2 batteries is located in the lower part of the mobile unit. l To open the battery compartment, slide the lid upwards in the direction of the arrow (see Figure 2). l Insert the two batteries supplied in the battery compartment as shown in Figure 2. Ensure that the batteries are inserted correctly (polarity

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Putting into service Charging the batteries Batteries supplied are not charged. Note: l New batteries should be initially charged for a minimum period of 16 hours without interruption – irrespective of any messages on the display. l In order to maintain max. battery storage capacity for as long as possible, the mobile unit should only ever be inserted in the charging shell when the batteries are empty. l The batteries warm up during charging. l Only the following spare batteries are permitted: P

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Putting into service Logging mobile units onto a telephone system Your phone should be logged on and ready to use. If this is not the case then contact your System Administrator. Note: l In the case of Hicom cordless E, the mobile units are not logged on to stations (base stations), but rather to the Hicom 300E telephone system. In this case, Station always means system. Activating/deactivating mobile units Activating the mobile unit: h Press the On/Off key - acknowledgement tone is heard. Deact

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Telephone functions Internal dialling o Dial an internal number Also see Note: c Press the “Green” talk key. Call Conduct the call – the number and the name of the user are displayed. You can now scroll through the functions offered with the > display key and if necessary, execute a function. Ending a call: a Press the “Red” end call key or place the mobile unit in the charging shell. Note: l You can cancel the dialling operation by pressing DIAL AGAIN . l The dialled number is automatically sto

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Telephone functions External dialling External code e.g. 0 Enter the "External code", e.g. "0" o Dial the external number – the digits entered are zoomed at the beginning. Also see Note: c Press the “Green” talk key. Call Conduct the call. You can now scroll through the functions offered with the > display key and if necessary, execute a function. Ending a call: a Press the “Red” end call key or place the mobile unit in the charging shell – the call charges are displayed depending on the system

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Telephone functions Answering calls The mobile unit’s ringing tone is audible. Depending on the user (internal/ external), the number and the name of the caller is displayed. l The mobile unit is in the charging shell: Simply remove the mobile unit from the charging shell. or l The mobile unit is not in the charging shell: c Press the “Green” talk key. Call Conduct the call. You can now scroll through the functions offered with the display key and if necessary, execute a function. Ending a call

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Telephone functions Call Pickup The Call Pickup feature allows you to answer any ringing extension in your pickup group from your telephone. Activate Call Pickup An extension within your pickup group is ringing a ping ring will alert you to an incoming call Display shows Source of call and Destination of call o Dial *** 33 ** c Press the “Green” talk key. You have now answered the call 19

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Telephone functions Second Call Waiting This feature allows a second call to camp on your extension when you are busy on a call. The caller will receive ringing tone instead of busy tone. Activate Second Call Waiting ü press the INT Key > Scroll to SWITCHES . SW ITCHES Press the display key. Press the display key. SECOND CALL Display shows Camp-on is off ACTIVATE Press the display key. Display shows Second call activated Deactivate Second Call Waiting ü press the INT Key > Scroll to SWITCHES . S


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