Xerox Dect Phone Telephone User Guide PDF

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Summary of Content for Xerox Dect Phone Telephone User Guide PDF

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Settings 27 Programming a key 27 Using the auto hang up and pick up features 27 Modifying the language 28 Locking/unlocking the keypad 28 Programming an emergency number 29 Modifying the base code 29 Registering a new handset to a terminal 30 Modifying the terminal preference 31 Resetting the handset 32 Personal registering 32 Using a handset to put the base in registration mode 33 Resetting the base (terminal) 34 De-registering a handset 34 Renaming the base (terminal) 34 Care and Maintenance 35 Problems 35

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Place the box in front of you, open it and make sure it contains the following items: a USB-DECT aerial (the radio transmitter base for your handset), one handset, a charger with its power unit, one battery compartment cover, three rechargeable batteries, a CD ROM with the user guide a Quick Setup Guide...

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corners of the screen... These keys are called programmable and keys... 3... Green key: take the call/repeat (press and hold) switch on handset... 4... Hands free key: activates the loud-speaker during a conversation... 5... Key R: used to manage double calls... 6... Earphone: handset... 7... Red key: Hang up / return to home screen / switch off the handset... 8... Browser: Options path / volume adjustment... 9... Phone book key: phone book access... 10... Alphanumeric keyboard... 11... Intercom key: to call another handset paired with the base... 12... Microphone...

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Battery indicator Number of handset (according to order of inscription)

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1... Connect the USB-DECT antenna (radio base), supplied in the pack, to the USB port located at the rear of your multifunction terminal...

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Insert the batteries, one by one, making sure they are the right way round, as indicated on the label inside the handset battery compartment... Place the cover back on the handset by pushing upwards until it is completely closed...

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Remove the old batteries, insert the new batteries one by one, making sure they are the right way round as indicated on the label inside the handset battery compartment...

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When pressing the green key while engaged in a conversation you automatically activate the handsfree mode of the handset, by pressing it again you deactivate the handsfree mode... When the battery charge icon is at minimum the hands-free function is turned off until the battery is recharged...

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During a call, you can receive a second incoming call or place a call to a second contact... You can then switch from one contact to the other, or have a conference (depending on your service provider and subscription)...

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You can switch to secret mode at any time during your conversation... Your handset microphone will be switched off and the other person will not be able to hear you...

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You can also easily call another handset if you know its number... From the idle screen, enter the number of the handset... Then press

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You can navigate through the menus using the navigator key ...

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* The date and time on your DECT handset are automatically displayed and managed on your fax, the fax and DECT handset use the same date and time...

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YOUR PHONEBOOK You can store 100 phonebook entries in your phonebook... Each phonebook entry can contain the name of your contact which can be a maximum of 12 characters long (spaces included), your contact's telephone number up to 24 digits and an icon identifying the type of number (work, home, mobile... )...

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Using the keypad keys, enter the name of your contact by pressing successively on the corresponding keys... In case of a mistake, press C to erase one character at a time... Once you are done making your changes,

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To edit a phonebook entry (change the name, the number and/or the number type icon), enter the phonebook, select the entry you want to edit and confirm using OK to display it on the screen...

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By pressing Option , a list of various executable actions appears: - VIEW: To view the selected call again... - CALL: To call the number... - DELETE: To delete the call currently

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The new events information screen can be switched off... Events can then be consulted in the Calls/Events/View menu... The default setting is active...

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When the alarm is triggered the selected ring tone sounds for 60 seconds through the handset speaker and an alert screen is displayed... To turn off the alarm press any key on the handset...

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Incoming calls are displayed directly without interrupting the timer... For access to timer adjustment you must stop it once it is started...

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You can programme birthday alarms (10 alarms) on your DECT telephone... Your telephone will ring for 60 seconds and an alarm screen will appear to remind you of such events... The alarm screen will remain displayed until one of the keypad keys is pressed...

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KEYTONE: the handset beeps when a key is pressed... BATTERY LOW: the handset beeps when the battery is too low... CHARGER: the handset beeps when you hang up the handset...

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When you activate the silent mode, your handset is muted for all timer, alarm functions...

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Choose from the function list the function you want to assign to the key... Press or to select one of the following functions:

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This menu enables you to change or customise the security parameters of your telephone... You can: lock the keypad, programme an emergency number, modify the base code,

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The base code (0000 being the default setting) is required to access certain security functions... It must be composed of 4 digits...

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Once this is done, the registration (mutual recognition of the base and the new handset) will be done automatically (registration can take a few seconds)...

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A list provides the bases among which you can choose the preferred base to which you want your handset to be registered... With the automatic mode you are not required to specify the preference...

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When you reset your handset, all the parameters are reset to their initial value (factory settings) with the exception of the phonebook and alarms (birthdays and organiser)...

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This function enables you to put the base in registration mode so you can register a new handset... To do so, the handset to be registered must be in registration mode (refer to paragraph Registering a new handset to a terminal, page 30)...

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This function enables you to de-register a handset from your base... This may be necessary if you have lost a handset or if you already have 6 handsets registered to the same base...

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The handset display is blank Make sure the batteries are properly installed... Place the handset on the base and fully charge the batteries... To increase the life of your batteries, you can perform this operation about every two months... If these precautionary measures do not resolve this issue, replacement batteries are available through your reseller... As time goes by, you may notice a slight decrease in battery performance... Use your handset until the battery is fully discharged, and then charge it for at least 12 hours...

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Base operating voltage 230 V , 50/60 Hz Handset dimensions 150 x 50 x 34 mm

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Preservation of the environment is an essential concern of Sagem Communications... The desire of Sagem Communications is to operate systems observing the environment and consequently it has decided to integrate environmental performances in the life cycle of its products, from manufacturing to commissioning, use and elimination...

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