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2 ABT-35/ABT-34 SYSTEM DIAGRAMS Telephone receiver jack Speak volume major adjust switch Telephone cord AC adapter jack Handset lifter Handset lifter jack (optional) Telephone cord jack AC adapter Call control button & talk/on line indicator light Configuration dial Power indicator light (red) Charging cradle Handset Lifter on/off switch Speak volume fine adjust buttons Listen volume major adjust switch
ABT-35/ABT-34 SYSTEM DIAGRAMS 3 Back Power/mute Listen volume button adjust +/– buttons Eartip AC adapter Outside Horizontal boom adjust Status indicator light (red/blue) Microphone Call control button Charge connection
4 CONNECTING YOUR ABT-35 SETUP 1 WITH AVAYA 2420, 4610SW, 4620, 4620SW, 4621SW, 4622SW, 4630SW, 5420, 5610SW AND 5620SW TELEPHONES* Configuration Dial Set to 3 *24XX and 54XX phones require 4.0 firmware or greater 46XX and 56XX phones require 1.8 firmware or greater CONNECTING YOUR ABT-35 SETUP 2 WITH AVAYA 2410, 4630, 5410, 6416 D+M AND 6424 D+M TELEPHONES Configuration Dial Set to 1
CONNECTING YOUR ABT-34/ABT-35 SETUP 3 5 WITH OTHER AVAYA TELEPHONES Caution: It is important for correct and safe operation that the base cord is installed into the proper jack of your telephone. Follow these instructions carefully, espe- cially if your telephone has two jacks where the handset was attached. Be sure to note or mark which jack was used for the handset. Optional Configuration Dial Lifter See page 7 Be sure to connect this plug into the jack where the handset was co
BASIC INFORMATION 6 This User Guide provides instructions on the installation and usage of your ABT-35/ABT-34 ® Bluetooth Headset Systems. Note: The headset can also be used with other Bluetooth audio devices. See page 8 for cell phone pairing instructions. For safety and regulatory information, please refer to the separate “Important Safety and Regulatory Information” booklet. A copy of the Declaration of Conformity can be found at www.plantronics.com/documentation. or CHARGING YOUR HEADSET
BASIC INFORMATION 7 FITTING THE HEADSET Slide the headset over and behind your ear. Then, press gently towards your ear for a snug fit. Adjust the microphone position so that it is directed towards your mouth as illustrated. POWERING THE HEADSET ON AND OFF To turn the headset on, press and hold the power/mute button for 3 seconds until the status indicator flashes blue. To turn off, press and hold the button again for 3 seconds until the status indicator flashes red. COMPATI
8 PAIRING PAIRING HEADSET AND BASE ® The ABT-35/ABT-34 Bluetooth Headset Systems are supplied with the headset and base unit factory paired to each other. However, if you have purchased a base unit separately, or if you wish to use a replacement headset with your existing base unit, the units must be paired as follows: 1. On the base, press and hold both speak volume fine adjust buttons until the blue talk/on line indicator light and red power indicator light (on the front of unit) star
9 PLACING & ANSWERING A CALL A B PLACING A CALL ANSWERING A CALL Desk telephone: Desk telephone: Lift phone receiver and then press the call Lift the telephone’s receiver. Press the call control button on either the headset (A) or control button on either the headset (A) or base unit (B). When you hear the dial tone, base (B) to answer the call. To disconnect, dial number using telephone keypad. If you press call control button on headset or base. do not obtain a dial tone, check that the
10 VOLUME & MUTE A LISTEN VOLUME - HOW OTHERS SOUND TO YOU 1. Adjust the listen volume adjust +/– button (A) to a comfortable level. 2. If you cannot find a comfortable listen level, try different settings (1–4) on the listen volume major adjust switch (B) as shown until a satisfactory sound level is experienced. B Note: This setting only adjusts the headset listen level on calls placed using the desk telephone and cannot adjust the headset listen volume when used with a mobile phone.
11 HANDSET LIFTER (OPTION FOR ABT-34) OPERATION WITH THE HANDSET LIFTER ACCESSORY The Avaya Handset Lifter is an accessory that has two functions: To automatically notify you when an incoming call is detected even when you are away from your desk. To lift or replace the telephone handset from its cradle even when you are away from your desk. SETTING UP THE HANDSET LIFTER 1. Plug lifter power cord into handset lifter jack on base. 2. Set handset lifter on/off switch on base to
HANDSET LIFTER (OPTION FOR ABT-34) 12 MAKING AND RECEIVING CALLS WITH LIFTER INSTALLED 1. To make a call, press call control button on or headset or base to raise lifter. Use telephone keypad to dial the number. When call is complete, press call control button to lower lifter (phone will hang up). 2. To receive a call, when telephone rings, press call control button on headset or base to raise lifter and receive call. When call is complete, press call control button to lower lifter (pho
13 AUDIBLE WARNINGS AND MAINTENANCE OUT OF RANGE WARNING As you walk away from the base unit you will eventually reach the system operating range limit. The system will issue audible warnings at the operating limit. If not in a call: One low tone when edge of range reached. One high tone when back in range. If in a call: One low tone when edge of range reached. One high tone followed by a triple tone when back in range. On hearing the edge of range alert you should walk closer to the base u
TROUBLESHOOTING 14 I plugged everything in but the lights won’t come on. POSSIBLE CAUSE SOLUTION No power Check that the AC adapter is connected to the base unit. Check that the AC adapter is connected to the wall outlet. Check that the AC adapter is the model supplied by Plantronics. My headset does not work with the base unit. POSSIBLE CAUSE SOLUTION Headset is turned off Turn it on by pressing and holding the power/mute button for approximately 3 seconds, until the status indicator light fla
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REGULATORY NOTICE 16 EXPOSURE TO RADIO FREQUENCY RADIATION The radiated output power of this internal wireless radio emitted is far less than the electromagnetic energy is far below the FCC radio frequency exposure limits. emitted by wireless devices such as mobile phones. Nevertheless, the wireless radio shall be used as However, the use of wireless radios may be restricted described in the manual. in some situations or environments, such as aboard airplanes. If you are unsure of restrictio
INDUSTRY CANADA NOTICE Radio Equipment this device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of The term “IC:” before the radio certification number the device. “Privacy of communications may not be only signifies that Industry Canada technical ensured when using this telephone.” specifications were met. This product meets the applicable Industry Canada Operation is subject to the following two conditions: technical specifications of the RSS2
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