Auerswald 800 user manual

User manual for the device Auerswald 800

Device: Auerswald 800
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User Manual of the Handset
System Telephone
COMfort DECT 800

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Copyright Passing on or duplicating the contents of this manual or parts of it is only allowed with our express written permis- sion. Offenders will be subject to claims for damages. All Rights Reserved.  Auerswald GmbH & Co. KG, 38162 Cremlingen, 2004

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Contents 3 Contents Introduction..............................................................................................................................................6 Functional Description..................................................................................................................6 Scope of Functions..........................................................................................................................7 Tips for the Use of this Manual ............

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4 Make a Call .............................................................................................................................................19 Accept a Call................................................................................................................................19 Make a call to Somebody............................................................................................................20 Comfort Functions of the Telephone..............................

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Contents 5 Delete an Entry ............................................................................................................................34 Input of Letters with the Keypad................................................................................................35 Example for the Entry of a Name into the Telephone Book ..........................................................37 Example for searching a Name in the Telephone Book ...............................................

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6 Introduction IN TRO DUC TIO N Dear Customer! The devices, assembly groups or connections described in this manual are made for the e indicated use only. If you are not sure about the intended purpose of the product, please contact the dealer. In order to operate the system telephone on the PBX systems COMpact 4410 USB, ☞ COMpact 2206 USB, COMpact 4406 DSL, COMmander Basic and COMmander Basic 19" , these Auerswald PBX systems must have the Software version 1.6A or newer. If this is not the case

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Introduction 7 Scope of Functions The scope of functions described here is only completely usable with a professional ☞ installation and a correct configuration of the PBX and the connected PC. We highly recommend to consult your authorized dealer first. Please ask your network operator about the availability of some ISDN service attributes. Some of these functions may be available for an extra fee. The operation of the telephones on other PBX systems than recommended or on the public telephone

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8 Tips for the Use of this Manual This manual describes in all details the use of the system telephone COMfort DECT 800. In order to get certain information quickly and carefully directed, the manual will offer you different helps and guide lines:  The content on page 3 gives you an idea about content and organization of this manuals.  The index on page 50 helps you to find certain text portions for a certain term.  In the texts you will be referred to other chapters or pictures with the help

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Introduction 9 Commissioning Connect the rechargeable Battery Put the handset with the display downwards on your palm. Open the protective cover app. 5 mm by sliding it with the thumb of the same hand (pic. 1). Then lift the cover and take it away from the device (pic. 2). Connect the battery plug to the jack in the rechargeable bat- pic. 3 tery compartment. Make sure the red wire is near the position of the arrow (pic. 3). pic. 2 pic. 1 Do not use any other rechargeable batteries type than the

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10 cling station for old batteries. This is also valid for the whole unit if it is not useful any longer one day. (see also chapter Environmental Advice on page 13). Charge the Battery Connect the charger with the wall power supply (pic. 4) and then with a freely accessible 230 V mains jack with protective earth. Put the telephone into the desktop charger (pic. 5). The first charging will need app. 3,5 hours. The charge status will be shown in the display. After the first charging procedure yo

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Introduction 11 Subscribe to a Basestation Before you can make a call, the handset has to be subscribed to a basestation and con- figured with the configuration program of the PBX. This is described in detail in the man- ual of the basestation. If the telephone is subscribed and in range you ☞ will see on the left side of the display the sign: . Connect a Headset pic. 6 To connect a Headset (e.g. the GN Netcom M2520) to the handset, plug the plug of the headset into the jack at the bottom (pic.

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12 Protect your system telephone against dirt, dust and moisture. If a cleaning is necessary, wipe the casing with a lightly damp cloth or use an antistatic cloth. Make sure, no mois- ture will enter the casing. Safety Precautions  Read the manual and keep it for reference. Additional questions can be answered by your dealer. There are no user serviceable parts inside. Do not open the case!  Do not use other rechargeable batteries than the enclosed ones and no standard batteries. These recha

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Introduction 13  Avoid placing the device into strong electromagnetic fields (electric motors, mobile phones, TV sets, VCRs, radios and household equipment). Technical Data Operation voltage Rechargeable battery pack 3,6 V (Ni-MH 600 mAh) Charge time of the rechargeable batteries app. 3,5 hours Transmission protocol DECT/GAP Operation time up to 120 hours stand-by, up to 12 hours when calling Case material ABS Size 143 mm x 48 mm x 26 mm Weight inclusive rechargeable batteries 121 g Ambient t

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14 Control the Capacity of the Rechargeable Batteries To get a correct capacity status, the handset has to be at least one hour outside of the desktop charger. If there are less than three full bars, the battery has to be recharged.     Call the main menu.       Search for the menu „Battery“.      Open the menu.    The capacity of the battery is shown.       Exit from this display.   

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General Description of the Telephone Use 15 GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF THE TELEPHONE USE Description of the Keys pic. 7: Keys and Displays    Loudspeaker  LED   Graphic display   Left arrow key (see page 16)  Menu key (see page 16)  Alt key (see page 17)    Number keypad (see page 17)    Headset connection   Microphone  R key (see page 17) Hook key (see page 17) OK key (see page 16)  Right arrow key (see page 16)  Volume keys (see page 25)  

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16 Menu Key From the idle state this key switches to the main menu for different settings.  In case of opened/activated menu (settings, telephone book etc.) this key switches into the state of inactivity. Left Arrow Key From the idle state this key switches into caller/redial list.  While entering a telephone number (dialing preparation/telephone book) a short activation of the key deletes the last digit. Holding the key (app. 3 seconds) deletes the whole telephone number. When entering a na

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General Description of the Telephone Use 17 Alt Key This key enables a disconnect during switching functions.  R Key (Query Key) In a call this key enables the introduction of query calls, alternation or transfers. Hook Key Before or after the dialing of a telephone number an activation of this key starts the call. In the conversation or call status an activation of this key cancels the call. If the device is switched off, a longer activation (app. 1 second) switches it on again. Keypad

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18 Switching on/off the Device If you do not need to use the handset from time to time, you are able to switch it off entirely (Rechargeable battery economy mode). Press the OK key for app. 4 seconds. The switching off will be confirmed by a short  tone. Now you cannot be reached with the handset any longer. Pressing the hook key again (app. 1 second) will switch on the device again. Key lock If you transport the handset in the pocket of your trousers or similar, it may be useful to prot

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Make a Call 19 MAKE A CALL Accept a Call If the telephone number was entered into the telephone book of your system telephone, the telephone number with the corresponding name will be shown on the display - as soon as the telephone has recognized the number. If you are called, the display shows the number or name of the caller even before you pick up the receiver. Preconditions for the indication of the telephone number of an external caller:  The call origin was a digital network.  The calle

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20 Make a call to Somebody     Press the hook key.   Dial the requested telephone number (external  numbers with exchange line access number).  ##$%#),+##(# # When you finish to dial the number, the subscriber will be called.  In case of an external telephone number do not forget to enter the exchange line access ☞ number „0“ (Exception: Direct exchange line telephone; see page 28). Comfort Functions of the Telephone With the functions described here such as caller


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