Clarity JV35 user manual

User manual for the device Clarity JV35

Device: Clarity JV35
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Date of adding : 2013-03-29 17:42:56
Number of pages: 34
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The Talking Phone
User Guide
Clarity, a Division of Plantronics, Inc.
4289 Bonny Oaks Drive, Chattanooga, TN 37406
Tel: 800-426-3738 Fax: 800-325-8871
E-mail: claritycs@plantronics.com Website: www.clarityproducts.com
©2010 Clarity, a Division of Plantronics, Inc. All rights reserved. Amplifying
Your Life, Clarity, JV35, and The Talking Phone are trademarks or registered
trademarks of Plantronics, Inc.
Rev. E (03-10)

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Contents Important Safety Instructions .................... i-ix Introduction ................................................... 1 Package Checklist ......................................... 2 Features Identification .................................. 3 Installation A. Desk mounting .......................................... 4 B. Wall mounting .......................................... 4 C. Batteries ................................................... 5 Operating Your JV35 A. Dialing .....

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L. Recording Memory button identification announcements ................... 15 M. Recording Number button announcements ....................................... 17 N. Selecting Number button announcements ....................................... 18 O. Direct audio connection ........................... 19 P. Cochlear implant adapter cord ................. 20 Troubleshooting Chart ................................ 22 Specifications ...............................................

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Important Safety Instructions E N When using your telephone (other G telephone equipment, than a cordless L basic safety precautions type) during a I should always be storm. There may S followed to reduce the be a remote risk of H risk of fire and electric electrical shock shock to persons, from lightning. including the following: 5. Do not use the 1. Read and understand telephone to report a all instructions. gas leak in the 2. Follow all warnings vicinity of the lea

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Important Safety Instructions 8. Do not cover the power company. slots and openings 10. Do not place on this telephone. anything on the This telephone power cord. Install should never be the telephone where placed near or over no one will step or a radiator or heat trip on the cord. register. This 11. Do not overload telephone should not wall outlets or be placed in a extension cords as built-in installation this can i

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Important Safety Instructions E N on the telephone. B. If liquid has been G 13. To reduce the risk of spilled into the L electrical shock, do product; I not take this phone C. If the telephone has S apart. Opening or been exposed to H removing covers may rain or water; expose you to D. If the telephone does dangerous voltages not operate normally or other risks. by following the Incorrect reassembly operating can cause electric

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Important Safety Instructions damaged; telephone lines. F. If the telephone 19. Use only the power exhibits a distinct cord and batteries change in indicated in this performance. manual. Do not 15. Never install dispose of batteries telephone wiring in a fire. They may during a lightning explode. Check with storm. local codes for 16. Never install possible special telephone jacks in disposal instructions. wet loca

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Important Safety Instructions E N network ADDITIONAL SAFETY G protective operational NOTES FOR L and safety CANADIAN USERS I requirements. The The following items are S Department does not included as part of the H guarantee that the CS-03 Requirements. The equipment will operate to standard connecting the user’s satisfaction. arrangement for the Before installing this equipment is CA11A. equipment, users should This product meets the ensure that it is applicable Industry

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Important Safety Instructions means of a certified Users should ensure for connector assembly their own protection that (telephone extension the electrical ground cord). The customer connections of the power should be aware that utility, telephone lines compliance with the and internal metallic above conditions may water pipe system, if not prevent degradation present, are connected of service in some together. This precaution situations. Repairs to may be particularly certified equip

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Important Safety Instructions E N WARNING: Users G should not attempt to L make such connections I themselves, but should S contact the appropriate H electric inspection authority, or electrician, as appropriate. The Ringer Equivalent Number is an indication of the maximum number of terminals allowed to be connected to a telephone interface. The termination on an interface may consist of any combination of devices subject only to the requirement that the sum of the Ringer E

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Introducing the JV35 Thank you for selecting call our Customer the exciting new JV35 Service Department from Clarity. It has been at 800-426-3738. designed to meet the highest quality standards to provide you with years of convenient and trouble-free service. Please read these operating instructions thoroughly before using your telephone. Keep this manual for future reference. You must save your sales receipt as proof of purchase in the event that you need warranty NOTE: This

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Package Checklist E N JV35 G L I S H H P A M R HOLD PROG BOOST MEMORY REDIAL TONE VOL Lo Hi Handset Base Unit JV35 Telephone Line Cords USER Handset GUIDE Coil Cord Phone Base User Guide DC Adapter Plate Figure 1 - Package Components 2

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Features on the JV35 Ringer volume control switch Audio output jack AC adapter RINGER ANNOUNCEMENT AUDIO Lo Med Hi Tone Pulse Preset Prog Custom OUTPUT Announcement switch Tone/Pulse switch JV35 Emergency buttons Braille characters Raised letters for easy identification REDIAL button H P A M R MEMORY button HOLD PROG BOOST MEMORY REDIAL TONE VOL Lo Hi VOL control (volume) HOLD BOOST button button TONE selector PROG button (program) Visual Ringer Figure 2 - Base U

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Installation E N 4. Lift the handset A. Desk Mounting G and listen for a 1. Plug in the long L dial tone. phone cord. I S 5. Your JV35 is 2. Plug the handset H ready to use. cord into the telephone. B. Wall Mounting 1. Pull the handset hook out and reverse its position so that the hook points up. Fig. 3 - Conn ect ions and installation 3. Insert the AC Adapter cord into the receptacle on the back of the JV35. Then plug

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Installation 2. Install the Base AC Adapter into an Plate by sliding the electrical outlet. small tabs into the upper slots. Push on C. Batteries the bottom of the Base Plate until it During a power snaps into place. outage, the JV35 will maintain full function if back-up batteries have been installed in advance. If batteries are not installed during a power outage, the Fig. 5 - Phone base BOOST button, the voice installation for announcements and

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Installation E N G Insert 4 AA L batteries here I S Press in H here to open battery compartment Fig. 7 - Battery installation 6

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Operating your JV35 B. Making Calls Louder A. Dialing 1. Press the BOOST Pick up the handset and button. A light in the dial like any other ring flasher shows telephone. As you dial, BOOST is on. the numbers you are dialing will be Note: There is a small announced (seven, five, bump on the BOOST two, etc.). If you read button to help identify it. Braille, you can use the small bump on the 5 button to help identify HOLD PROG BOOST MEMORY REDIAL correct buttons. You ca

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Operating your JV35 E N Warning: Repeated you want the BOOST G incremental exposure to function to always L amplification levels remain on, slide the I greater than 18dB may Boost Override switch S be harmful to individuals on the back of the H without hearing phone to ON, as disabilities. Therefore, do shown in Figure 10. not remove the warning ON label attached to the back of the handset. If it is likely that a visually OFF Boost Override impaired person will use the telepho

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Operating your JV35 E. Hold HOLD PROG BOOST MEMORY REDIAL TONE Lo Hi VOL 1.To put the phone on hold, press the HOLD button and put the Fig. 11 - BOOST Button handset in its cradle. 2. Adjust the TONE The red light in the selector to suit your Ring Flasher shows hearing. HOLD is on. HOLD PROG BOOST MEMORY REDIAL HOLD PROG BOOST MEMORY REDIAL TONE Lo Hi VOL TONE Lo Hi VOL Fig. 12 - Tone Slide Fig. 14 - Hold Button D. Ringer Volu

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Operating your JV35 E N your call on the other response. G phone. L 1. Lift the handset F. Last Number Redial I and press the S PROG button. Lift the handset and H press the REDIAL button to dial the last HOLD PROG BOOST MEMORY REDIAL TONE Lo Hi VOL number you dialed. HOLD PROG BOOST MEMORY REDIAL Fig. 16 - PROG Button TONE VOL Lo Hi 2. Enter the phone number as you Fig. 15 - Redial would normally dial it. G. Programming the


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