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Equipment

This phone is a full-featured mobile device, which provides reliable and convenient wireless voice communications. In addition, it provides many widely accepted benefits of the DECT standard, including high security, scalability and low power consumption.

This equipment comes with a base station, charger cradle and cordless handset.

In ideal, unobstructed conditions, the cordless device includes these distance and time capabilities. Keep in mind that other wireless devices, concrete or brick walls, and competing wireless signals from neighbors can interfere with the device’s range.

  • Indoors range: 65-165 feet
  • Outdoors range: 985 feet
  • Standby time: 400 hours
  • Talk time: 30 hours

Base Station

Set up the base station and the charger cradle at a central location on a flat, non-slip surface. The device’s unobstructed coverage is:

  • Indoors: 65-165 feet
  • Outdoors: 985 feet

To connect the power (over Ethernet):

Connect the Ethernet cable between the internet port on the base station and an available port on the in-line power switch/hub. After successful startup, all LEDs on the base station illuminate green in sequence.

After the base station starts up successfully and the handset is registered to the base station, all LEDs on the base station illuminate green in sequence.

  1. Paging Key
    • Locates a misplaced handset.
    • Toggles the registration mode.
    • Resets the base station to factory settings.
  2. Registration LED
    • Indicates the mode of the base station:
      • Fast flashes green when base station is in paging mode.
      • Slow flashes green when base station is in registration mode.
      • Illuminates solid green when at least one handset is registered to a base station.
  3. Network Status LED
    • Indicates the network status:
      • Slow flashes green when network is unavailable.
      • Illuminates solid green when network is available.
  4. Power Indicator LED
    • Indicates base station's power status:
      • Slow flashes green during base station firmware upgrade.
      • Illuminates solid green when base station is powered on.

To restart the base station via the handset

  1. Press OK to enter the main menu.
  2. Select Settings, System Settings and then Base Restart.
  3. Enter the system PIN (default: 0000).
  4. Press Done.

The registration LED and network status LED will turn off simultaneously. After a period of time, the LED indicators will illuminate solid green again, indicating the base station has restarted successfully.

To reset the base station via the handset

  1. Press OK to enter the main menu.
  2. Select Settings, System Settings and then Base Reset.
  3. Enter the system PIN (default: 0000).
  4. Select Done.

All individual settings for the base station will reset to factory defaults. This may take a few minutes. Do not power off until the base station starts up successfully.

To set up the charger cradle and charge the handset

  1. Connect the USB plug on the charger cradle to the DC5V port on the power adapter.
  2. Connect the power adapter into an electrical power outlet.
  3. Place the handset in the charger cradle.

The handset batteries take about three hours to fully charge. After charging, the handset is ready for use. The batteries’ charging status displays in the top right corner of the handset’s LCD screen – and will indicate a low battery status.

To restart the handset

  1. Press OK to enter the main menu.
  2. Select Settings, System Settings and then Handset Reset.
  3. The handset will ask, “Reset handset to default?” Press Yes to reset the handset or No to cancel.

Handset Overview

  1. Earpiece – outputs audio during the earpiece call.
  2. Power Indicator LED – indicates handset power and some feature statuses.
    • Receives an incoming call (fast flashing red)
    • Receives a voicemail or a missed call (slow flashing red)
    • Battery charging (solid red)
  3. LCD Screen – shows call information, handset status, icons and prompt messages.
  4. Soft Keys – perform various actions on the LCD screen through specified selection keys.
  5. Message Button – accesses voicemail or missed calls.
  6. Speaker Button – switches between earpiece and speaker modes.
  7. Up and Down Navigation Buttons
    • Move the cursor.
    • Act as shortcuts.
    • Scroll through displaying information.
  8. Left and Right Navigation Buttons
    • Move the cursor.
    • Act as shortcuts.
    • Adjust the ringer volume.
    • Switch among the on-screen selection options.
  9. Power/End Call Button
    • Returns user from the menu screen to the idle screen with a short press of the button.
    • Turns the handset on or off when user holds down button for one second.
    • Cancels actions or ends a call.
    • Rejects an incoming call.
  10. Call Button
    • Answers an incoming call.
    • Enters the redial calls list.
    • Places a call in earpiece or earphone mode.
  11. Alphanumerical Keypad – allows entry of digits, letters and special characters.
  12. TRAN Button – Transfers a call to another party.
  13. Mute Button – Toggles mute feature on or off.
  14. Microphone – Picks up audio during earpiece and hand-free calls.
  15. Speaker – Provides hands-free (speaker) audio output.
  16. 3.5 mm Earphone Jack – Allows connection to a standard 3.5 mm earphone.

To turn the handset on or off

To turn the handset on, use one of these options:

  • Press and hold the Power/Call button until the screen lights up.
  • Place the handset in the charger cradle. The handset will turn on automatically.

To turn the handset off:

When the handset is idle, press and hold the Power/End Call button.