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TABLE OF CONTENTS Important Safety Instructions ...........................................................................................3 Safety Instructions for Handset Battery Pack....................................................................4 Handset and Base Layouts................................................................................................5 Handset and Charger ...........................................................................................
Important Safety Instructions BEFORE USING YOUR TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT, BASIC SAFETY PRECAUTIONS SHOULD ALWAYS BE FOLLOWED TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK AND INJURY TO PERSON, INCLUDING THE FOLLOWING 1. Read and understand all instructions. 2. Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the product. 3. Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning. 4. Do not use this prod
controls may result in damage and will often require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the product to normal operation. e. If the product has been dropped or cabinet has be damaged. f. If the product exhibits a distinct change in performance. 13. Avoid using a telephone (other than a cordless type) during an electrical storm. There may be a remote risk of electrical shock from lightning. 14. Do not use the telephone to report a gas leak in the vicinity of the leak
Handset and Base Layouts 9 8 10 7 11 6 5 12 4 3 13 2 1 14 15 16 1 Dialing Keys (0-9; *; #) 9 Message Waiting Indicator (LED) 2 Talk / End 10 Cancel 3 Clear/Delete 11 Volume ▼/ Scroll ▼ 4 Flash/Speakerphone 12 Intercom 5 LDS (Long Distance Service) 13 Redial/Pause 6 Program 14 Repeat Dial (Pay-Per-Use) 7 Volume ▲ / Scroll ▲ 15 411 Directory Info. (Pay-Per-Use) 8 Display (LCD) 16 *69 Last Call Return (Pay-Per-Use) 5
17 18 19 17 Message Waiting/In Use Indicator 19 Page 18 Charge Indicator 6
LDS Handset and Charger 20 Charging LED LCD Display 1. Caller ID Time 2. Caller ID Date 3. Ringer OFF icon (displayed when user turns the ringer off) 4. Low battery icon (on only if battery voltage is low) 5. Key lock icon (displayed when user locks the keypad) 6. In Service icon (displayed when Handset is ‘in range’ of the Base) 7. Off Hook icon (displayed when Handset is on an external or intercom call) 8. NEW icon (displayed when new Caller ID records have been
Getting Started Install and Charge the Battery Pack 1 Open the battery compartment by sliding the cover down. 2 Plug the Battery Pack connector into the Handset socket, then place the battery pack and wires in the compartment. 3 Slide the battery cover back into place. 4 (Optional) Attach the belt clip and change color face plate, if desired. 5 Choose the appropriate mounting bracket. One is for tabletop installations. The bracket with the round hole is for wall mounti
8 Plug the adaptor in socket-outlet which is near equipment and easily accessible. 9 Place the Handset in the Base cradle. The Handset and Base communicate with each other automatically. This is the Registration process, and it may take up to 60 seconds. 10 Allow the Handset to charge for a day for the first time charging. The CHARGE indicator on the Base will glow while the Handset is charging. Basic Operation With the Handset idle (on hook), and the battery pack havin
Phone Book. If the CID package sent by the service provider contains name information, this name will be shown. However, if the calling number matches a number you have programmed in the Phone Book, the name associated with this number is shown instead; i.e. the Phone Book name takes precedence. Time/date information is shown, if it is contained within the information package sent out by the service provider. The time/date information is shown in the first line. AM 10:20 6/01 SOM
Calls with blocked name in Caller ID is shown as: TALK 1:32:56 PRIVATE NAME or TALK 1:32:56 UNKNOWN NAME The number ‘1:32:56’ represents the elapsed time of your call, in hours, minutes and seconds. Key entries during a call will replace the number/name in the second line, and the digits are left-truncated in case the entered number exceeds 16 digits. Display presentation after call is terminated When the call is terminated, the current screen is maintained for 5 secon
Unit automatically goes on-hook (terminates the call), and the Handset will emit an out of range tone as well as display ‘OUT OF SERVICE’. Call Waiting / Call Waiting ID Call Waiting When you receive a Call Waiting alert tone in the earpiece (or Handset Speakerphone), the ‘waiting’ call can be answered by pressing the FLASH key. Pressing FLASH clears the second line in the display. If the ‘waiting’ call is not answered, the display will return to normal ongoing call presentatio
by pressing CLEAR/DEL again. The Mute function is automatically cancelled when you hang up (go on hook). Periodic beeps in the earpiece and a text message in the display indicate that the microphone is muted: TALK 1:35:06 MIC MUTE Headset Operation Your ATS cordless Handset is equipped with a 2.5 mm. headset jack for use with an optional accessory headset (not included). To purchase a compatible headset, contact your local ATS business office. Once you have a co
LDS(Long Distance Service) Key LDS access from the Handset To dial the LDS access number: 1) Press the LDS access key. 2) The phone automatically goes off-hook and you are connected to the Long Distance platform. Handset Menu and Programming 1. Press PROG key to enter the menu. 2. Use the UP ▲ / DOWN ▼ keys to scroll through the menu items. By pressing ▼ at the last menu item, you will scroll to the first menu item; and by pressing ▲ at the first menu item, you will scr
The number of entries stored in the call log is indicated when the Handset is in idle mode: READY 1 CALL The number of unanswered calls (NEW), if any, is indicated: READY 2 CALLS/1 NEW The new call indication is removed when the call log has been reviewed. The call log is entered via the menu, as described below or by pressing ▼ in idle mode, whereby the Handset jumps directly to the call log. The call log is reviewed as follows: 1. PROG to enter the menu. >CALL LOG
Two info messages are displayed together with the Caller ID data: ●‘ NEW’ icon on the right hand side of the top line indicates that the call has not previously been reviewed. The ‘NEW’ icon is cleared when scrolling to the next entry or when leaving the Call Log. The maximum length of the name shown in the second line is 16 characters. If the name is longer, it is right truncated. ●A number in the right hand side of the third line shows the call log number - 1 is the first (oldest
3 D E F 3 d e f 4 G H I 4 g h i J K L 5 j k l 5 6 M N O 6 m n o 7 P Q R S 7 p q r s 8 T U V 8 t u v W X Y Z 9 w x y z 9 0 0 * * ? ! / ( ) # ' , - . & # Table 1.2 Character guide. Phone Book Operation The Phone Book is entered via the menu, as described below. The Phone book is accessed as follows: 1) PROG, to enter the menu. >CALL LOG PHONE BOOK 2) DOWN (▼) >PHONE BOOK HANDSET VOLUME 3) PROG, to enter the Phone Book sub-menu. >RECAL
1) Press PROG to enter the menu; press ▼ to put PHONE BOOK on the top line of the display; press PROG again; with "RECALL" in the first line, press PROG again. ALICE 2278238989 2) Scroll through the Phone book entries using ▼ or ▲; OR enter the first character of the desired name and continue searching using the UP/DOWN keys. R ROBERT 9898327822 3) Press PROG to enter number edit mode and enter correct number. Press CLEAR or ▼ to erase a digit. A long CLEAR key press erases the
RECALL Press CANCEL twice to return to the idle screen. If the Phone Book is full when the user tries to store a new number in it, a message ‘PHONEBOOK FULL’ is displayed, and the phone returns to the Phone Book menu (Store/Recall) after 5 seconds. PHONEBOOK FULL Volume Handset volume is adjusted by the following key sequence: 1) Press PROG. >CALL LOG PHONE BOOK 2) Press ▼ two times. >HANDSET VOLUME RING VOLUME 3) Press PROG to enter the volume sub-menu. HANDSET
PHONE BOOK 2) Press the ▼ key four times. >RING PATTERN AUTO ANSWER 3) Press PROG to enter the ring pattern sub-menu. >EXTERNAL INTERNAL 4) Press the PROG key to choose external ring pattern setting. EXT RING PATTERN 0 5) Enter 0 to 9 , or adjust using ▼/▲ keys. The selected ring pattern is played for you. EXT RING PATTERN 4 6) Press PROG to confirm the setting. The display will return to: >EXTERNAL INTERNAL The default external ring pattern is 0. Auto Answer
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