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Preface 1. Regulatory Information FCC Regulation This model phone complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the condition that this device does not cause harmful interference. This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. This equipment
Table of Contents 1 OVERVIEW ..................................................................................................................................1 Package Contents ...........................................................................................................................1 2 PRODUCT DESCRIPTION ........................................................................................................2 Inserting the Battery..................................
Chapter 1 Overview 1 Overview 1 Overview This WiFi Phone enables you to make VoIP phone calls through IEEE 802.11 b/g (WiFi) wireless networks. Read this user manual carefully to learn how to operate this product and take advantage of its features. Package Contents Package Contents When unpacking the WiFi phone, ensure all the following items are present and undamaged. If anything appears to be missing or broken, contact your dealer for a replacement. WiFi Phone Charging Cradle*
Chapter 2 Product Description 2 Product Description 2 Product Description This chapter describes the phone features and other accessories to familiarize you with the functions of your QA-341/342. No. Item Description 1 Speaker Transmits voice output Indicates charger status: 2 Charger Status • Off—charger off • Red—charger on 3 LCD Display Screen 112 x 64 pixel monochrome graphics display with backlight Navigates through menus Left— select Profile; decrease volume during
Chapter 2 Product Description 11 Microphone Receives voice input Enter symbols in text mode 12 Star Key Press and hold to mute ring tone Dial manually entered or Phonebook numbers Show call history 13 Call Key During a Call, sends ‘Flash’ to PBX (Call Hold, Transfer, etc.) Press and hold for 2 seconds will start WPS search Select a menu or submenu 14 Left Soft key Confirm menu option 15 Speaker Volume Use to increase or decrease volume during a call 16 Belt Clip
Chapter 2 Product Description Inserting the Battery Inserting the Battery To insert the battery into your QA-341/342, perform the following steps: 1. Slide off the battery compartment cover. 2. Insert the battery as shown, making sure the battery labels are facing up. 3. Replace the battery compartment cover until it clicks into place. IIn ns st ta alllliin ng g t th he e B Be ellt t C Clliip p 1. Fit the belt clip lock into the gap on one side of the phone. 2. Then fit t
Chapter 2 Product Description C Ch ha ar rg giin ng g Y Yo ou ur r P Ph ho on ne e To directly charge your phone using the provided AC power adapter, do the following: 1. Connect one end of the AC power adapter cable to the port at the bottom of the phone. 2. Plug the AC power adapter into the electrical outlet. To charge your phone using the charging cradle, do the following: 1. Plug the USB jack of the AC power adapter into the cradle, and insert the cable wire into the rib to h
Chapter 3 Getting Started 3 Getting Started 3 Getting Started This QA-341/342 WiFi phone has a built-in Setup Wizard for setting up the phone. It will guide you step-by-step from wireless AP (access point) setup to SIP (session initiation protocol) account setup. Note: The Setup Wizard can only be seen the first time the phone starts up after a master reset, but the individual steps required for setup can be accessed at any time through the phone’s menu. S Se et tt tiin ng g t th h
Chapter 3 Getting Started After connecting to the wireless network’s access point, the setup wizard proceeds to the Create SIP Profile step. See “Setting the SIP Profile” below. (For more information, see “WPS Registration” on page 20.) (AP Setup Method 2) Using PIN Mode WPS To setup using PIN mode, press the PIN Mode soft key shown in step 2 above. 1. Get the PIN code from the phone’s display, and enter it at your wireless access point. Refer to the documentation for your wireless
Chapter 3 Getting Started Note: The network icons indicate the type of security required to connect. Refer to the table below: Icon Description WPA(s) passkey/passphrase is required to connect. WEP passkey is required to connect No passkey required. 3. Enter the access point’s security passkey using the keypad on your phone. (Ask your network administrator for the passkey if one is required.) 4. When passkey confirmation is complete, the following screen appears: 5. Pre
Chapter 3 Getting Started 1. Press the Ok soft key to continue. 2. Contact your network administrator for the information needed to configure your SIP profile. 3. If you need to set up a profile later: From the phone’s main screen, select Menu->Phone Settings->Profile Settings->New Profile S Se et tu up p C Co om mp plle et te e Once setup is complete, press the "Ok" soft key to start using your phone. © 2009, ATI Applied Technology, LLC. All rights reserved. Prepared in the Un
Chapter 4 Menu 4 4 M Me en nu u Display Screen Display Screen The illustration below shows an overview of the layout of the display screen and its icons. The display screen elements are described in the table below: No. Indicator Description 1 WiFi signal Displays the WiFi signal strength. 2 Key lock mode Indicates the keypad is locked. 3 Quiet mode Indicates the system ring tone volume is set to its lowest level. Battery The presence of all the four bars indicates that t
Chapter 4 Menu M Ma aiin n M Me en nu u From the Menu, you can access various configuration settings and preferences. 1. From the phone’s main screen, press the Menu soft key to access the main menu. 2. Scroll through the menu options using the navigation key. 3. To choose a menu setting, press the Select soft key. 4. Press the Power/End key to go back to the previous level of the menu. When you access the menu, the display screen shows the menu and the soft key items. Soft key ite
Chapter 4 Menu Modifying a Contact To modify a contact, perform the following steps: 1. Select the contact to modify. 2. Press the Options soft key to display menu. 3. Select Edit. 4. Edit the necessary information. 5. Press the Save soft key to save settings. Deleting Contacts To delete a contact, perform the following steps: 1. Select the contact to delete. 2. Press the Options soft key to display menu. 3. Select whether to: • Delete: Delete selected contact. • Delete All: Dele
Chapter 4 Menu Phone Settings Phone Settings Phone Settings menu allows you to configure general handset settings as well as to reset the QA-341/342 WiFi phone to factory defaults or upgrade the firmware. Language The Language menu allows you set the on screen display language of your QA-341/342. Options are as follows: • English • French • Korean • Chinese • Japanese • German • Spanish • Russian Select from the list of languages then press the Select soft key. Note: Menu lang
Chapter 4 Menu Time/Date The Time/Date menu allows you to set the date and time of your phone. It has the following submenus: • Set Time: To set the correct time. • Time Format: To select the time display format. • Set Date: To set the correct date. • Date Format: To select among the date display format options. Profile Settings Create new profiles or edit existing ones using the Profile Settings menu. To create or modify a profile, perform the following steps: 1. Select New Profile
Chapter 4 Menu 1. Select the duration option: 10s, 15s, 25s, or 45s. 2. Press the Select soft key. AP Settings Use the AP Settings menu to set the default access point, or configure IP and security settings for a particular access point. To configure the AP settings, perform the following steps: 1. Select the available network. 2. Press the Default soft key to set selected AP as default. 3. Press the Options soft key to modify selected AP settings. • IP Settings: Select DHCP or configu
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