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Table of Contents Section 1: Notices Regulatory Compliance 01 Trademarks 02 Section 2: Introduction WIP20 Diagram 03 Package Contents 03 System Requirements 03 Section 3: Skype™ Software Installing Skype™ 04 Creating a Skype™ Account 05 Adding a Skype™ Contact 06 SkypeIn 08 SkypeOut 08 Section 4: Hardware Connection Connecting the WIP20 09 Section 5: Auvi Software Installation Installing the Auvi Interface 11 Section 6: Operations Using the WIP20
Section 1 Notices Regulatory Compliance Notice This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
Section 1 Trademarks © 2006 Auvi Electronics N.A., LLC. All rights reserved. Auvi Electronics N.A. “Auvi” shall not be liable for any errors contained herein or for any damages arising out of or related to this document or the information contained herein, even if Auvi has been advised of the possibility of such damages. This document is intended for informational and instructional purposes only. Auvi reserves the right to make changes in the specifications and other information contained i
Section 2 Introduction Diagram Mic in Audio out Connect telephone cord Power in Audio in Package Contents The contents are specifically designed to be used only with the WIP20. 3.5mm-to-3.5mm line-in cords (2) WIP20 AC adapter Software Quick start guide Installation CD System Requirements: • IBM PC compatible with minimum 400MHz processor • 128MB RAM • 5MB available hard disk space • Available microphone and audio out jack • CD-ROM drive ® • Windows XP only
Section 3 Skype™ Software The first step to using the WIP20 is to install Skype™ on the computer. This section describes how to download and install Skype™, create a Skype™ account and add contacts. Installing Skype™ Software If you already have the latest version of Skype™ on your computer, go to the next section. If you don’t have the latest version, please follow the steps below. 1. Access the web and go to: 2. Double-click the download button for ®. http://www.skype.com. Windows 3
Section 3 7. In the next window, set up additional 8. Click FINISH in the last window to tasks, if needed, then click NEXT. complete the installation. Creating a Skype™ Account 1. In the “New Users Create a Skype 2. “Your Skype Personal Profile” Account” tab, enter the required Enter the information in the approiate text information. Click NEXT. boxes. Click UPDATE. 05 05
Section 3 Adding a Skype™ contact 2. From the menu at the top of the window, 1. Once logged-in to your account, go to the select Tools, and then Add a Contact. main Skype™ account window. 3. Enter the name of another Skype™ user 4. Make the appropriate selections, then in the appropriate text box, then click click OK. NEXT. 06 06
Section 3 5. The contact will be added when authorized. Click FINISH. The contact has been added. To view the contact list, select the Contacts tab from the main Skype™ window. 07 07
Section 3 SkypeIn SkypeIn is a paid service provided by Skype™. This service allows your Skype™ account to be called from any traditional landline phone or mobile phone. When you are signed up with SkypeIn and your phone rings, simply pick up the handset and answer like you would normally do with a traditional home phone. To learn more about SkypeIn, please visit http://www.skype.com. SkypeOut SkypeOut is a paid service provided by Skype™. It is a low cost way to make calls from Skype to
Section 4 Hardware Connection This section explains how to physically connect the WIP20 to your computer. Connecting the WIP20 1. Connect the line-in cables to your sound 2. Connect the line-in cables to the WIP20. card on the back of your computer. Pink = Mic in Pink = MIC jack Green = Audio in Green = SPKR jack 3. Connect the AC adapter to the “Power in” 4. Connect a traditional or cordless phone to jack on the back of the WIP20. the RJ-11 jack on the front of
Section 4 5. If you already have speakers connected to your sound card, unplug them and reconnect them into the jack labeled “Audio out” on the back of the WIP20. 10 10
Section 5 Auvi Software Installation You are now ready to install the Auvi Interface Software Application. This section will give you the step-by-step process to correctly install the interface. Be sure to fill in all the necessary information to access and run the program. Installing the Auvi Interface 1. Insert the Software Installation CD 2. Upon reading the license agreement, in the CD-ROM tray. When the click the “I accept the agreement” “Welcome” window appears, click NEXT.
Section 5 5. If you want a desktop icon, check the box 6. To make changes, click BACK. If not, and click NEXT. proceed by clicking INSTALL. 7. This window asks to run the application 8. This step is your cautions and warning immediately after install has completed. window. You must click NEXT to move To approve, click NEXT. forward. Clicking cancel will terminate installation. 9. This window is testing your connections. 10. Check the telephone number and
Section 5 11. When the progress bar completes, 12. All tests have been completed for your follow the instructions that follow. to start using your VoIP connection. Please click NEXT to exit the Auvi Configuration Wizard. 13. This is the final window to show all tests and configurations have been success fully completed to start using your WIP20S VoIP adapter. 13 13
Section 6 Operations This section will describe how to use the Auvi Interface application with Skype™. You will learn how to assign a speed-dial number to a Skype™ contact, and dial using the speed-dial function. 1. After logging into Skype™, double-click 2. The Auvi Interface program should the Auvi Interface Shortcut Icon on the appear on the desktop. desktop to launch the program. S S S S k k k k yp y y y p p p e e e e_ID _ _ _ I I I D D D Sk ype_ID 3. To set up speed-dial usi
Section 6 Basic Operations Guide Below are the basic operations to make and receive calls from the phone connected to the WIP20. 1. Open the Auvi Interface and click “Contacts”. Assign a Skype™ user 2. Click New and fill in the necessary text fields. name to a speed-dial 3. Click Save. using Auvi Interface Call a Skype™ user 1. Pick up telephone handset connected to the WIP20. 2. Listen for the dial-tone. name using speed-dial 3. Dial the two-digit speed-dial number, followed by “#”.
Troubleshooting Section 7 My computer will not verify the phone keys during installation - It normally takes two (2) or three (3) cycles for all the keys to be recognized. After each cycle, hang up the telephone and wait for the program to reset. Also, depending on the type of phone you have connected to the WIP20, you may need to press each key for one (1) second during the cycle phase. Skype™ is running but I do not hear a dial-tone - Make sure the speaker l
Limited Warranty Section 8 Auvi Technologies warrants this product for the original purchaser to be free from defects in material and workmanship, under normal conditions, for a period of 90 days for parts and labor and 1 year for parts only from the date of original purchase. Auvi Technologies agrees at our option during the warranty period to repair any defect in material or workmanship or to furnish an equal product in exchange without repair charges during the first 90 days. After 90 da
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