Siemens Hicom 150 E, 150 H user manual

User manual for the device Siemens Hicom 150 E, 150 H

Device: Siemens Hicom 150 E, 150 H
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Number of pages: 66
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Summary of the content on the page No. 1

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HiPath 3000
Hicom 150 E/150 H
Gigaset 4000 Comfort
Operating Instructions
Warning
Please read the safety notes before
putting the device into service.

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Safety notes Telephone Danger: • Do not use the telephone in environments where there is danger of explosion. • Do not use the telephone in damp environments. The units are not splashproof. • Your telephone emits transmit power, see page 52. Local safety regulations must be observed. Note: • For people with hearing aids: radio signals may interfere with hearing aids. • If you lend your telephone to someone else, please make sure that you include the operating instructions with it. Batteries

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Unit parts 1 14 2 3 15 4 5 6 7 8 9 16 10 11 12 13 1 Status LED 9 Missed calls list 2 Receiver inset 10 Lock key 3 Display 11 Star key 4 Display keys 12 NET key 5 Control key 13 Microphone 6 Talk key 14 Attachment clip 7 On-hook and on/off key 15 Ringer loudspeaker 8 Speakerphone key 16 Battery compartment lid II

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Quick reference guide Activating or deactivating the mobile telephone Hold down the on/off key. Activating or deactivating the keypad lock A Hold down the hash key. Starting a call "/- + * Press the talk or speakerphone key and dial the phone number. or * + "/- Enter the phone number and press the talk or speakerphone key. Opening the telephone directory  Press the control key. Activating or deactivating speakerphone mode - Press the speakerphone key. Ending a call or ( Press the on-hook k

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Contents Safety notes I Telephone ...................................................................... I Batteries......................................................................... I Unit parts .................................................................. II Quick reference guide .......................................... III Keys, function selection and display 1 Function keys................................................................ 1 Control key............................

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Registering the mobile telephone at the telephone system........................................................12 Overview.................................................................12 Preparing for registration ........................................12 Registering at the system for the first time............13 Activating/deactivating the keypad lock.......................13 Conducting calls 14 Internal/external dialling...............................................14 Dialling via the t

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Settings 26 Overview..................................................................... 26 Default state ............................................................... 27 Setting the sound setting functions............................ 28 Menus .................................................................... 28 Activating/deactivating the warning tone ............... 30 Setting the auto answer function................................ 30 Resetting the defaults...............................

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Dial or call status .........................................................39 Overview.................................................................39 Functions ................................................................40 Saving a callback ................................................40 Setting up an enquiry during a call .....................40 Transferring a call ..............................................40 Toggle – switching between two users .............40 Adding callers t

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Keys, function selection and display Function keys The following function keys are available: Key Name Use On-hook and • End a call on/off key • Cancel functions • Jump back to the previous menu • Switch the mobile telephone to idle status; activate or deactivate (see page 11) Talk key • Answer a call " • Dial a phone number • Switch from speakerphone mode to handset mode • Access telephone system func- tions Speakerphone • Answer a call - key • Dial a phone number • Switch from handset

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Control key The control key is assigned different functions depending on the op- erating situation: Control In idle status In lists and In an input Key menus field Next menu level Move the cursor  up up one line Open the tele- Next menu level Move the cursor  phone directory down down one line Open the menu Select an entry Move the cursor  (OK) right Next menu level Move the cursor  up, cancel left Note: Some functions associated with the right display key can also be performed with t

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Icon Name Use Service menu Open the service menu (only during a call in Hicom cordless EM V2.2 or later, see page 41) Operating status display The following operating statuses are available: Operating status Display Off status Blank display – calls cannot be received. On or message sta- The user interface of the mobile telephone is tus displayed. The base name is visible. This op- erating status is a prerequisite for all func- tions. Dial status The user interface of the telephone system is

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On or message Example for on or message status display: status 1 1 Charging status 2 Q  2 Receive field strength 3 Base 1 22.09.01 06:25 4 3 Current base display 0 @ 4 Date and time 5 5 Current functions of the dis- play keys Call status Example for call status display: 1 Internal phone number and/or name of the user 1 123456789 2 Available function 2 Consultation?   Function selection Function selection using menus The mobile telephone functions are listed in the menus. Overviews of t

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To select a function or a supplementary menu, please follow the over- view for the relevant section and press the function and display keys shown: @ Press the menu key.  or  Mark the function or the supplementary menu you want by pressing the control key.  Confirm with OK. A line of stars indicates the end of a menu. If you scroll further, the first function in the menu is marked again. P If you press one of the two display keys when the star line is selected, the system jumps to the next

Summary of the content on the page No. 14

Useful information about mobile tele- phones These operating instructions describe your mobile telephone in con- nection with Hicom cordless EM at Hicom 150 E/150 H/HiPath 3000. Note: Please contact your system administrator if some functions are not available on your mobile telephone. Features Mobile Amoungst the features of your mobile telephone are: • Mobile telephone registration and operation at up to four DECT telephone telephone systems • Automatic call acceptance on removal from the ch

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Environmental conditions For safety information, see page I. Permitted temperature range, see page 52. Note: Do not install the mobile telephone in the vicinity of electronic equipment to avoid mutual interference. Radio range Displaying the radio range Connection The strength of the incoming signal is displayed by the "receive field strength" icon in on or message status: quality no receive field strength 1 low receive field strength S 50% receive field strength R 100% receive field strength

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Putting the mobile telephone into service Removing the protective cover Remove the protective cover from the display before putting the mo- bile telephone into service. Inserting the batteries Note: The batteries supplied are not charged. They are only charged in the mobile telephone. Note: • Please observe the safety notes on page I. • Only use permitted batteries, see page 10. • Always change both batteries at the same time and only use batteries of the same type and produced by the same ma

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Closing the bat- Replace the lid and slide it back over the battery compartment until it locks. tery compartment Charging and using the batteries To charge the batteries, insert the mobile telephone into the charging shell with the keypad facing forwards. The charging status is indicated by the charge status display. This flashes during charging: Batteries empty Batteries 33% charged # Batteries 66% charged  Batteries 100% charged  Note: • Initial charging: charge the batteries for at lea

Summary of the content on the page No. 18

Operating and charging times The operating times are only achieved after several charging and dis- charging cycles. Capacity Standby mode Talk time Charging time (mAh) (hours) (hours) (hours) 700 up to 150 over 10 approx. 5.5 1200 up to 250 over 17 approx. 9 1600 up to 350 over 23 approx. 12 Permitted batteries The following batteries are permitted for the mobile telephone: Nickel-Cadmium (NiCd) Nickel-Metal-Hydride (NiMH) Sanyo N-3U (700 mAh) Saft VHAAH 1300 (1300 mAh) Mobile Power 700 (700 mA

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Activating/deactivating the mobile telephone Press the on-hook key until the activation or deactivation is confirmed by a crescendo tone sequence. See page 3 for display when the handset is on or in message status. Note: • The mobile telephone can only be fully switched off when removed from the charging shell. • The mobile telephone is automatically set to on or mes- sage status if it is placed in the charging shell, see page 3. Setting the language @ or  Open the main menu. H/Set Settings

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Registering the mobile telephone at the telephone system Note: When the telephone system is put into service, the system administrator provides you with mobile telephones which have already been registered. You only have to register new mobile telephones when extending the telephone system. Overview On or message status  or ., @ P Main menu Family/Fun  Calendar/Clock Sound Settings  H/Set Settings H/Set Settings P Base Settings Auto Answer  P P  **************** Language  Register H/S


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